It was during the night of alert , that replaced the serene sleeping time for many people. It was so unpredictable what the night might bring on the streets closed from the unsafe riverbanks. Thousands of sandbags weren’t enough to protect us and limit the fear. It was during the night that documentary photographer and visual artist Miti Ruangkritya started his study of the 2011 floods in Thailand.
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