Old Wall, Thailand by Nukul.
Nukul is now 27 years old. She has a baby who called Nu Nu and he is 3 years old. Nukul is from Pong Lam Rang, a Karen village in the mountainous Mae Wang district of northern Thailand. She travels home to her native village as often as she can in order to visit her family. I would love to travel to many places on Earth to take beautiful pictures. Nukul enjoyed her experience with ‘Lensational’ that gave her the opportunity to take a camera back to her village and take shots of her son and the things that she experienced. Through the lens she discovered the love of cobalt blue, white and black. She learnt how to use various stylistic filters, such as Tilt-Shift which she is now able to select critically when approaching her subjects.
This image was taken at Lampan Luang Temple in Thailand. In this image an older woman can be seen using the wall for support as she walks down the stairs of a temple. Nukul recalls going to such temples when she was younger, noting that mostly older people are in attendance at Temples, as opposed to younger children and teenagers. Nukul wonders why this is the case and she recognizes that the woman pictured seems so very tired, but that does not stop her from coming to pray. The woman is strong for this reason.