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Women and Children of Thailand

Stock Photography By Tyrrell Mendis

A random selection of images of the friendly people of Thailand. Available but not included are images of musicians, mahouts, monks, flower sellers, food vendors, tribes persons and others.

Flower seller in the floating
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Thai Dancer 1
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Thai Dancer 3
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Thai Girl 1
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Thai Girl 3
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Thai Kindergarten
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Young Thai Kid and Sibling
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Thai Girl 2
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Thai Dancer 2
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Flower Seller's Stand,
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Thai Dancers 2
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Hill Tribe Children
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Umbrella Making in Thailand
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Thai Musician
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Thai Vendors
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Hill Tribe Woman, Thailand
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Thai Dance Group
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Fruit seller in the floating
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Thai Dancers 1
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Photo Captions for Women and Children of Thailand

Image #1. Flower seller in the floating market on the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok, Thailand A young woman attempts to sell her flowers to the tourists who visit this floating market outside Bangkok. Vendors here also sell vegetables, fruits, meats and other fare.

Image #2. Thai Dancer 1 Classical dance is one of the best known aspects of Thai artistic expression, its themes borrowed from Hindu mythology of the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Complicity between performers and audience is established by rigorous coded gestures.

Image #3. Thai Dancer 3 Classical dance is one of the best known aspects of Thai artistic expression, its themes borrowed from Hindu mythology of the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Complicity between performers and audience is established by rigorous coded gestures.

Image #4. Thai Girl 1 Beautiful young girls dress in tradtional colourful Thai clothes and frequent tourist spots to have their photographs taken by tourists who often reward them with some payment although this is never expressly requested by these girls.

Image #5. Thai Girl 3 Beautiful young girls dress in traditional costume and frequent the Rose Garden where they invariably have their photographs taken by admiring tourists. Often they are financially remunerated for acting as models, but monetary return for their posing

Image #6. Thai Kindergarten During a break these kids gather outside their school in a tribal village in northern Thailand.

Image #7. Young Thai Kid and Sibling Hardly more than a few feet tall, this young boy carefully carries his brother on the uneven terrain around their home in a tribal village in northern Thailand.

Image #8. Thai Girl 2 Beautiful young girls dress in tradtional colourful Thai clothes and frequent tourist spots to have their photographs taken by tourists who often reward them with some payment although this is never expressly requested by these girls.

Image #9. Thai Dancer 2 Classical dance is one of the best known aspects of Thai artistic expression, its themes borrowed from Hindu mythology of the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Complicity between performers and audience is established by rigorous coded gestures.

Image #10. Flower Seller's Stand, Bangkok, Thailand A vendor in the flower market carefully arranges her stock for maximum visibility.

Image #11. Thai Dancers 2 Classical dance is one of the best known aspects of Thai artistic expression, its themes borrowed from Hindu mythology of the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Complicity between performers and audience is established by rigorous coded gestures.

Image #12. Hill Tribe Children Hill Tribes refer to about 20 semi-nomadic ethnic minorities in the mountains of north and west Thailand. Each tribe has its own language, customs, dress and spiritual beliefs. Most migrated from Tibet, Burma, China or Laos over the last 200 years.

Image #13. Umbrella Making in Thailand Young Thai women carefully assemble and decorate paper and silk umbrellas with their nimble fingers.

Image #14. Thai Musician In Thailand classical music is an integral part of traditional folk drama. It is based on an eight-note scale of seven whole tones, and is played at khon, lakhon and nang performances and at boxing matches. A classical orchestra is a phi

Image #15. Thai Vendors Dressed in traditional costume this young vendor waits with a basketful of handmade crafts, chaperoned by the mother who is busy creating more unique pieces for sale.work

Image #16. Hill Tribe Woman, Thailand The members of the hill tribes in Thailand cater to the tourists by producing jewelry and textiles, all mostly hand-made. Opium is a more lucrative product in this area of the world.

Image #17. Thai Dance Group Classical dance is one of the best known aspects of Thai artistic expression, its themes borrowed from Hindu mythology of the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Complicity between performers and audience is established by rigorous coded gestures.

Image #18. Fruit seller in the floating market on the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok, Thailand With the encroachment of boutiques the famous floating market on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok is no longer what it used to be. The Wat Sai Talat on Thonburi hardly floats at all. Still, women in blue smocks and straw hats sell fruits and flowers from boats, here durian (Durio zebethinus}. Cultivated only in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia, it is considered an aphrodisiac in Southeast Asia.

Image #19. Thai Dancers 1 Classical dance is one of the best known aspects of Thai artistic expression, its themes borrowed from Hindu mythology of the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Complicity between performers and audience is established by rigorous coded gestures.

 

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