Photographer Adryel Talamantes takes his camera around Bangkok festivals to turn his lens on the intense spiritual side of Asia’s most visited city.
Just a short train ride away from Bangkok, there is a temple run by monkeys. Every year, the locals of and travelers to Lopburi put on a feast for the cheeky macaques of Prasat Sam Yot.
To end the dry season, people gather to celebrate in Yasothon to drink, sing, and fire powerful handmade rockets into the heavens for the god Phaya Thaen to send the rains. It works.