Hot Raw Sewage

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A lovely inlet in Bangkok where a delicate scent was wafting from this hot raw sewage that was dumping into the river.


Johny Day, axb500, skypecaptain, and 73 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Ottster 86 months ago | reply

    Unique shot I must admit to find a view like this you must have to search for it, nicely done. The Thais can be so irresponsible sometime.

  2. northofohio 74 months ago | reply

    Interesting photo of a yucky subject.

  3. aubrey monster 71 months ago | reply

    see, that's what's so amazing about HDR, it can even make a shit stream look beautiful!

  4. John_Brennan 71 months ago | reply

    Yeah looks just like Bangkok to me!

  5. .bill 68 months ago | reply

    Wow! I can smell the dynamic range!

    [discovered in the photophlow main room] (?)

  6. greenkozi 68 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called PhlowWhackers, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    this is what hdr is for. really.

    Discovered in the photophlow room. (?)

  7. Flumpydog 64 months ago | reply

    Wild Photo...
    S McD

  8. Nicolas Franchot [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

    Dear photographer,

    Le COMPA is a french museum located in Chartres, not far from Paris (France).
    On the February 19th, this museum will show its new exhibition dealing with Water and Sustainable development. In this purpose, we have decided to collect as many pictures as we can, to show the various aspects of our relation to water. Nevertheless, in order to be sure to obtain good quality pictures, we would like to use some of those which are displayed on the Flickr website. Some of those we have noticed are yours.

    The use of the mentioned pictures will obviously comply with the Creative Commons regulation. Nevertheless, we would like to obtain your agreement before showing these images. By the way, and if you want so, we would like to add the correct name or pseudonym of the photographer above all the pictures and a short title as well.
    Finally, and in order for us to have correct printing of your photo, the best way would be to work with a 300 dpi resolution with a minimal size of 3600 x 2400 pixels. Could you please send us the corresponding file?

    We’re longing for your answer and would be please to answer any remaining question about this project :

    Sincerely yours

    Nicolas Franchot
    le Compa, Conservatoire de l'agriculture
    Chartres / France

  9. Steven Blewett 64 months ago | reply

    WOW! You'd think they would have a better way.

  10. Jason From Duluth [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

    Another prime example of how we're "F-ing Mother Earth to death" as said by André3000 of the hip-hop group "Outkast."

    And's not just the "Thais." It's everybody. For example...look at the widespread use of plastic. Don't even get me started on all the plastic that's made it to the Pacific Gyre!!!!!!!!

    I'm pretty sure everyone on here has been contributing at least 5 tons of emissions from they're car on a yearly basis. Pickup trucks contribute about 12 tons yearly.

    Visit the US EPA website at link to learn more of how you can make a change to the world we live in!!!

  11. Automatt 59 months ago | reply

    This is such an awesome photo!

    I used it in a Sprol post entitled Secondhand Pill about medications winding up in the water supply.

  12. okocha1337 55 months ago | reply

    great shot
    nice point of view

  13. Chris Hayden Photo 41 months ago | reply

    is it a coincidence that a picture of raw sewage was "treated" with HDR?

  14. Steve Otto 40 months ago | reply

    great commentary on HDR

  15. AZTAZ 30 months ago | reply

    Not a way to start out my morning - "hot & raw" - stuck in my mind now...

  16. jcdill 20 months ago | reply

    This photo is being shown at: which is an article linked from the front page of Seems to be used outside of your license, unless they paid you for usage rights.

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