“Lost in Paradise” is the lastest series of Thai photographer Lek Kiatsirikajorn it focuses on rural workers who have left their region of origin to work and live in Bangkok. After months or years, some of them live in a no man’s land of peri-urban settlements where nature is starting to reassert its authority.
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