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Thailand, Nakhon Si Thammarat

posted Feb 26, 2013, 6:01 PM by Beatriz Posada
    I am really excited because this is my first post about Thailand. I visited this country back in 2008 but never really had the interest in photographing it while I was there. Fortunately, during the summer of 2012 I had the chance to go back and explore the Southern region that borders with Malaysia. I always enjoy myself the most whenever I leave the main cities of any country, and I get to explore the rural areas where I believe traditions and cultures have remained more isolated from the developed world. I want to mention Walailak University, because they were great hosts and showed us a great time while we were there. Here are some of the images I collected during that week, enjoy.


Just like in any other place in Thailand, a photo of the king is displayed as a sign of respect



The inside of a house, with crocodile skin killed by the owner as a plafond



a local shows me his ring, but my attention is caught by his dried skin



A boy playing at the house's porch 



A man shows his upper body tattoos, beautiful in my opinion



Puppet shadow shows were a very popular form of entertainment, I learned it is a disappearing art mainly because of the lack of profits artists make.



A man bows for me to get a shot of his head tattoo.



Spending time.



Mother and child.



Little man ready for bed.

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