The bridge, which you see on the screen, connects two Thai provinces located near Bangkok. We are looking at the Noah River from the Angthong province, the territory of which has neither mountains nor forests, so there are mainly agricultural lands.
The Noah River provides rice paddies with water, so most of the settlements were built along the banks of this river. Angthong is considered to be one of the largest rice producers in the whole country.
The buildings of another Thai province are visible on the opposite bank of the river. If you move east of the bridge, which is located on the border of Angthong and Sing Buri, you can reach another large river in a couple of minutes. Chao Phraya flows parallel to the Noah River. Both rivers flow through two provinces, on the border of which this camera is installed.