In the new world of coronavirus you probably won’t be seeing crowds like this for awhile.
A tad crowded on a Bangkok ferry early in the day of the Loi Krathong festival. By evening the ferry scene was pure pandemonium as people were jammed onto the ferries. Just an ordinary day in Old Delhi, India.Angkor Wat has become overly popular in recent years, to the point that you might not want to visit it. We were there in in 2007, when the crowds were less, but even then I was astounded at the number of people willing to get up at five in the morning to see the sunrise.The little guy that attracts a lot of attention – crowds at the Manneken Pis ‘fountain’ in Brussels, Belgium. Just a regular day in Amsterdam, Holland. A busy street in Madrid, Spain. Chaos at the boat races at the water festival in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Pastry pandemonium in Mexico City where the customers surge on the carts grabbing the warm pastries before they even make it to the shelvesVasaikhi celebrates the founding of the Sikh order of Khalsa. It’s a festival of food and music that results in massive crowds in Vancouver, Canada. This last shot was taken on Saturday afternoon, March 14, when I went out to get a litre of milk. I wasn’t there during the ‘shop and grab’ so I call this image: Chaos: Aftermath. More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Chaos.