Morning Alms Collection, Thailand. (2016)
Colour photograph (C-type) by Nathan Hutchinson


  • Colour photograph (C-type), Paper
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  • Size: 12 × 8.63 in (unframed) / 11.23 × 7.49 in (actual image size)
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A monk making his early morning alms collection, mostly of prepared food that he will eat when he returns to the temple. People look out for the monks from their homes, markets or certain places where they know monks usually pass to make their offerings. The food is placed in the bowls that the monks carry around after which the monk chants a blessing before moving on. For Buddhist, the practice of giving plays an important part in developing spirituality. The location is at the elephant monument on the Sanam Luang Park junction and view of Wat Phra Kaew located inside of the Grand Palace compound.

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Colour photograph (C-type) presented in a handmade photograph folder with a window matting using 200 & 400 gram artist paper

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