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It’s in the post

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Postcards have never lost their charm, at least in the eyes of Kamthorn Paowattanasuk. 

The photographer is still in love with the traditional way of communication, which has been left behind in this high-speed era, where broadband technology allows us to correspond with people all over the world in real time.

“Postcards don’t have to be received in a flash and are evidence that prove where we were when we sent them,” said Kamthorn.

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