After a long wait, this group of people are on the last part of the long walk to pay their last respects to the late King Bhumibol Ayuiyadej.
Not really a Circus but enough. A character in a cosplay convention.
This woman is beading an elaborate sarong by hand. The sarong is probably for a wedding custom.
From behind, I thought he was a mannequin. Then he turned around.
Besides pets and flowers, I am not much of nature photographer. Living in a big city it’s difficult to find natural scenes but not impossible.
Most of the time, you can find lines like this one:
It was a Sunday so the umbrella were closed. Any other day, the umbrella would be open to shade vendors and pedestrians.
The prompt is actually ‘Light’, but I took plenty of photos of the celebration of lights.
As part of the celebration of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 88th birthday this past December, the sidewalks of the avenues were lit with strings of lights for the people to enjoy. Every year Rajdamneon Avenues are beautifully decorated flowers and lights to honor His Majesty.
Every New Year I would go to the Cultural Center to begin the new year with prayer and guidance. And after the formal greetings and new years message were read, the New Years celebration began. This year, we celebrated in a traditional way with long-drums parade and ‘rum wong’ -Thai folk dancing.