Hellish slums of Bangkok on spectacular images of Sam GreggPictolic
The suffering of Thais living in the depths of a terrible slum, carefully hidden from the eyes of tourists visiting the ultra-modern Bangkok. Here huddle former criminals, prostitutes, transvestites and other dregs of society. The worst — among all this dirt are born and children grow. British photographer managed to sneak into the guts of these godforsaken places. That hit the lens of his camera, leaves no one indifferent.Sam Gregg (Sam Gregg) revealed a terrible and miserable the seamy side of Bangkok. In the slums of clun Toew run covered with tattoos are criminals, and local residents like the heroes of a horror movie. A photographer from the UK got here in 2015 and managed to capture the real inhabitants of this shithole before the authorities, it was demolished.
Master of photography called impressive series of "Neon dreams" (Neon Dreams). Shocking footage was made in the most dangerous districts of the metropolis, including crime neighborhoods and creepy abandoned buildings. The government plans to completely "clean up" these neighborhoods by the year 2022.
In the slums of prostitution
Residents are forced to work in the sex industry due to extreme poverty
Most of these impressive photos were taken in 2015
In children who were born here, no prospects
In this area, is charged with criminal authorities
Criminals are there in every step
The vices here, even the monks
Disadvantaged quarter is adjacent to the luxurious new buildings
Some criminals spent most of his life behind bars
The views of the slum dwellers full of pain and lost hopes
Tattoo doing right in the doorways ofthis reign of brutality and crimes
Kids are right on the rails
The pictures, which is not in itself reveal the truth about the dark existence of the poor, arrived in the capital of Thailand in search of a better fate. Unfortunately, the bright neon lights of the metropolis Shine only for the rich and successful, and these accidents have remained on the margins of life, deceived by the ghostly flicker of a brighter future.
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