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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Street Photography: Thai School Kids

It is always a street photographer’s delight when you see a colorful crowd in front of you. And I was even more happy because I saw this crowd in the most unlikeliest of places, when I was on a trip to the historical park of Ayutthaya in Thailand.

School Kids enjoying Ayyuthaya
Ayutthaya is a great place, but I was all smiles when I saw these school kids in colorful attire explore the historical park and its ruins. Apparently, they were on an excursion from school as their teacher was taking them around the ruins and explaining the significance of each.

School Kids on an excursion to Ayyuthaya
It was very heartening to see all the kids have a great time. Each one seemed to pulling somebody’s leg, cracking a joke, et al. The output is that I got smiling kids to stare into my camera and I relished the opportunity.

Thai School Kids enjoying Ayyuthaya
Hope you like these smiling and colorful Thai kids from Ayutthaya in Thailand too.

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