Percussion Perspective

October 12, 2009

Girl Playing Ranat Ek Thai Traditional Instrument Overhead - Bangkok, Thailand - Daily Travel Photos
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A young girl plays a Thai traditional instrument called a ranat ek.

When it comes to event-filled action, the equivalent of Seoul's city hall is Bangkok's Paragon mall. Weekends in Bangkok are jam packed with a full slate of shows or music for the casual mall goer to enjoy.

I was the victim of a slight brain fart yesterday. Sundays are non-Korea photo days but I completely blanked and posted a Korean photo. For those of you keeping score at home, I've posted the non-Korea photo on Monday, not Sunday. Please forgive the oversight. It shan't happen again.

ranat ek
Girl Resting Khong Wong Lek Thai Traditional Instrument Overhead - Bangkok, Thailand - Daily Travel Photos
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A young girl rests within her Thai traditional instrument called a Khong Wong Lek.

I'm trusting wikipedia for these Thai translated texts. I assume none of you thought I picked up a bit of literacy in the Thai language. If you did, god bless you.

Khong Wong Lek

1 Comment - Percussion Perspective

1) whoknoiwas -

it is azwesome pictures!!

June 6, 2012

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