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Taken on Phu Si, a hill overlooking Luang Prabang. I was trying out black and white photographs as I wanted a kind of “lost world” feel to the pictures:..

Just ten minutes outside of the bustling centre, and away from the handicraft markets of Luang Prabang was a regular Lao market. It always seems to be…

Opposite the Royal Palace Museum in Luang Prabang [photoblog.com] is a hill, Phu Si . Climbing to the top gives you a great perspective of the town and rivers,…

In the temple district of Luang Prabang there is this little gem of a museum. It was built at the beginning of the last century for King Visavang Vong and…

In Luang Prabang there was a certain house that had an aura around it. It was beautifully maintained and a little secretive as the main gates were very firmly…

On the morning we left to visit the Pak Ou cave [photoblog.com] we had to be at the landing stage early. By boat it takes around two hours to reach from Luang…

On the way to the top of Phu Si, a large hill in the centre of Luang Prabang, is a smaller temple Wat Pa Huak. Inside, the walls are covered with murals and at…

Inside the Royal Palace Museum compound in Luang Prabang there was a smaller building housing a number of buddhas and a kind of boat. But it was on the way out…
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