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Dye drips from Dhammavavro's arm as he hangs his jiworn from a clothesline outside the monks' utility building.

20200904_dhammavaro_final_08.jpg In the first stage of dyeing, the cloth is soaked in mordant - a solution which will help dye adhere to the garment. After rinsing off excess mordant, the cloth has a slight coloration, seen here.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In the first stage of dyeing, the cloth is soaked in mordant - a solution which will help dye adhere to the garment. After rinsing off excess mordant, the cloth has a slight coloration, seen here.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In the first stage of dyeing, the cloth is soaked in mordant - a solution which will help dye adhere to the garment. After rinsing off excess mordant, the cloth has a slight coloration, seen here.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In the first stage of dyeing, the cloth is soaked in mordant - a solution which will help dye adhere to the garment. After rinsing off excess mordant, the cloth has a slight coloration, seen here.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In the first stage of dyeing, the cloth is soaked in mordant - a solution which will help dye adhere to the garment. After rinsing off excess mordant, the cloth has a slight coloration, seen here.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In the first stage of dyeing, the cloth is soaked in mordant - a solution which will help dye adhere to the garment. After rinsing off excess mordant, the cloth has a slight coloration, seen here.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In the first stage of dyeing, the cloth is soaked in mordant - a solution which will help dye adhere to the garment. After rinsing off excess mordant, the cloth has a slight coloration, seen here.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.
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