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My Thailand My Story Photo Exhibit Kicks off in Washington D.C.

With David Messiha

After receiving rave reviews in New York, the unique My Thailand My Story photo exhibit will head to Washington D.C. for another round of admiration. The upcoming photo exhibit will be held at the Royal Thai Embassy in Washington D.C. on May 4, 2013.

So what is this exhibit all about? My Thailand, My Story photo exhibit is a joint partnership between National Geographic and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), New York, showcasing captivating images from the Land of Smiles.

The exhibit features a unique collection of photographs from exotic Thailand. Documenting the amazing sights of the kingdom are seven winning photographers who traveled on a weeklong trip to Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai.

The images to be showcased at the D.C. exhibit include photos by the contest winner Yen Baet, National Geographic’s Alison Wright and photographers Bernardo Medina, Jinesh Aravindakshan Remadevi, Vijay Aitha and Donnie Sexton.

Here’s a sneak peak of a few photos that will be showcased at the Royal Thai Embassy in Washington D.C.

“Phromthep Cape Phuket” by Jinesh Aravindakshan Remadevi

“Phromthep Cape Phuket” by Jinesh Aravindakshan Remadevi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Wat Arun At Night, Loi Krathong Festival” by Bernardo Medina

“Wat Arun At Night, Loi Krathong Festival” by Bernardo Medina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Itching for more? Watch this behind the scenes clip from our My Thailand, My Story photo exhibit in NYC at Jaiya Upper East Side

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Don’t miss out on the opportunity to examine the amazing sights of Thailand with everything it has to offer from stunning beaches to hill tribe people and colorful temples. To learn more about My Thailand My Story please visit http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mythailand