Mourning in Thailand isn't just happening on the streets. Social media pages were also turned into a sea of black as news emerged of the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest-reigning monarch.
An outpouring of grief, shock and uncertainty took over citizens expressing their grief online.
"I actually found out about the king's death through social media," Niphaphan Thammapanya told the BBC.
"There were so many people sharing news about the king. I prayed for him, I thought he would be okay. It's hard to admit that he's already gone."
Many changed their profile pictures to black and white images that simply stated: "In Remembrance of His Majesty, King Bhumibol Adulyadej."
Sites like Google Thailand, news outlets The Bangkok Post and The Nation, also turned black and white.
Others posted images depicting themselves in a position of reverence, in a show of the respect they had towards the late king.
Many social media users that did not change the colour of their profiles found themselves being attacked online and accused of disrespect.
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