Boats of Thailand photographed by Matthew Atkin

  

 

Here are some more of my helpful brother Matthew Atkin’s photos – this time of a few boats he saw recently in Thailand, a country he describes as strangely empty of water craft.

It’s a little strange to see old boats used to form restaurant tables – but burning them would be far more destructive.

And here’s a motor barge, Thailand-style photographed on the Mekong river. I must say I like the potted plants and covered veranda at the  bows!

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