Beautifully carved doors date as far back as 1935.
Buddhas at the main ordination hall of Wat Luang.
Tes and the conversant monk.
Tes wished she wasn't as tall; "I look like a giant beside them," she complained.
The back of the main temple: Wat Luang
Stupa has a Prime Minister's ashes.
Entrance arch to Wat Luang
For More photos of Wat Luang, please visit this post - http://eye-in-the-blue-sky.blogspot.com/2012/06/wat-luang-pakses-favored-holy-place.html
French Bridge crossing Sedone River. Others call this Sedone I Bridge. When it creaks away, you hear: "Oui! Oui!" :)
Sedone River rushes south to the Mekong.
Fishing at the Sedone.
Dry vegetable garden beside the Sedone River (Don River) at the back of Wat Luang.
Champa flowers in bloom and Wat Thamalamsingaram. Tes liked this photo so much that she wanted to experiment on the "shot" with her own camera (see below).
This monk was laughing while I was taking photos while his right arm was bleeding (see below),
A gash of blood