Shot at Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand.
After a long walk, I arrived at Wat Arun at last. The temple was one of the major tourist attractions in Bangkok. So the precinct was crowded with the tourists. During walking around, I heard music from somewhere. At first, I thought the music came from the speakers. Yet it didn't in fact. Some members of orchestra performed live in a tent built in the precinct.
The members sat on the ground and played the traditional instrument. They seemed to be young except the man in this photo. Perhaps, this man was a teacher and other people were his students. A xylophone-like instrument was placed in front of him. The keyboard percussion instrument was ranat. And he played it with two mallets.
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June 16, 2018
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