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Tavepong Pratoomwong  🚶🏻Street Photographer 📷 Member of iN-PUBLiC | SPT SONY α Professional Photographer 🇹🇭 Bangkok , Thailand ✉️Tavepong365@gmail.com

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Giant Shadow in front of Giant Swing in bangkok.

The Giant Swing (Thai : Sao Ching Cha) is a religious structure in Bangkok, Thailand, Phra Nakhon district, located in front of Wat Suthat temple. It was formerly used an old Brahmin ceremony, and is one of Bangkok’s tourist attractions.

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26 ตุลาคม 2560
Pray for His Majesty's soul to rise to heaven

ได้รับโอกาสจากกระทรวงวัฒนธรรม ให้เป็นหนึ่งในช่างภาพที่เข้าร่วมบันทึกภาพพระราชพิธีถวายพระเพลิงพระบรมศพ ในหลวงรัชกาลที่ 9 ครับ

เป็นงานที่ภูมิใจที่สุดในชีวิตแล้วครับที่ได้ทำ ถึงแม้จะเป็นงานที่ไม่ถนัดนัก (คือเคลือนตัวได้ไม่มาก และต้องใช้เลนส์เทเลระยะไกล) แต่ก็ทำอย่างสุดความสามารถแล้วครับ พยายามคิดตลอดเวลาว่าจะบันทึกภาพในงานพระราชพิธีนี้ยังไงให้สมพระเกียรติที่สุด .
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ขอน้อมเกล้าฯถวายอาลัย ส่งเสด็จสู่สวรรคาลัย

ทวีพงษ์ ประทุมวงษ์

ปล.ที่ดูเหมือนหมอกๆนี่ไม่ได้รีทัชใส่เพิ่มเข้าไปนะครับ แต่เป็นจังหวะควัน หลังจากที่ทหารปืนใหญ่ยิงปืนใหญ่สลุด ถวายพระเกียรติถวายความอาลัย

I wish this day had never come.

13 October 2016 | last year in memory.
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Being born and raised in Thailand, I would always see this man everywhere, on the tv, in the cinema, in calendars, on banknotes, coins etc.

Of course I’m speaking of our beloved King Rama9 of Thailand. Foreigners may be curious as to why Thais give so much respect to this person. Well, it’s because he never acted like a stereotypical king. Instead of being hidden away in his palace, King Bhumibol Adulyadej decided he would always visit his people, in every corner of the country.He wanted to hear and see the real problems out there. .
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Sometimes foreign media reported ‘he’s like a god’ but I would disagree : the King was more like a dad, a dad who worked very hard during his long , 70 years reign. This is why we wish this day had never come.
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October 13th, 2016 was the hardest day in my days as a photographer.
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When I arrived at Siriraj Hospital just after sunset, so many people were already there to pray for their King to get well soon. The atmosphere and sound of people saying “long live the king” made me want to cry, so it was extremely hard to concentrate and take photos.
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There was no television or radio outside the hospital, so no one knew what was happening but suddenly there were sounds of crying from somewhere and it spread across the crowds in a matter of seconds.
My fears were confirmed and I too began to cry together with my dad’s people.
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I had never seen so many crying like this in all my life and at first I couldn’t take any pictures. However, after some minutes had passed I decided to do my best to try and document this historic day, so that our children in the future will know there used to be a good king, a king who people loved and lost, as if he was their own father.

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