Right now Bangkok is a city that, in parts, resembles scenes from a computer game,
A selection of images that I've stumbled across using Twitter - what else? - are below.
This view over the city from @ustadbangkok is in my opinion the most spectacular.
A street view in Din Daeng with red shirt protester from @BaBYxxxEviL
The below picture is of Siam Paragon, theatre 7, from @richardbarrow.
This video features strongly anti-red rheotric (for those of us who try to stay objective, though I of course oppose the rampant destruction and anarchy) but includes some incredible footage.
An incredible set of high-res photos can also be found at Boston.com, a link I recommend you to visit.
It looks like things are under more control today but, as many have speculated, how this pans out in the long run, with the potential for more civilian disobedience in Bangkok, is anyone's guess.
I'll update this with more photos as and when I come across them...
UPDATE: Freelance Thai photographer Natthawat Wongrat has an incredible set of photo that date back to day one of the protests. The Red Shirts: Thailand collection has more than 1,300 images and is well worth a look.
Respecting his copyright and usage policy I haven't posted any of Natthawat's images but you can see them for yourself here.