Traditional Thai paper lantern with monks in the blurred background and other colorful lanterns hanging on a tree captured at the Wat Phan Tao
RF2ACGP00Traditional Thai paper lantern with monks in the blurred background and other colorful lanterns hanging on a tree captured at the Wat Phan Tao
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHXCChiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHX2Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHX6Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHWTChiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHWXChiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHWWChiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHXFChiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
Chiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit:  Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RMH8KHXEChiang Mai, Thailand. 14th November 2016. Monks celebrate the Loy Krathong festival at Wat Phan Tao Temple, Chiang Mai, Thailand with candles and sky lanterns in a sombre and moving ceremony which reflects the mourning for King Bhumibol. All the Loy Krathong festivities were reduced in Chiang Mai and across Thailand as a mark for respect, focusing more on the religious aspects of the festival. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News