Tag Archives: Luang Prabang


New Images – Luang Prabang, Laos, in Black and White

    I am pleased to introduce a new photo gallery: “Laung Prabang in Black and White.” Consisting of thirty-five of my best images created in a warm toned black and white, they were taken in and around this […]

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POD ~ Outdoor Kitchen at a Laotian Buddhist Monestary

While wandering along a path that followed the Mekong River on the bank opposite Luang Prabang in Laos, we came upon a small Buddhist Monestary.  Being mid-afternoon, the only sounds were the birds and insects. […]

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The Orange Robe

There are some thirty-four active Buddhist Temples or Wats and an estimated 2,000 monks in and around Luang Prabang, Laos. Boys as young a ten years old can enter a temple to receive religious training […]

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An Artist’s Palette ~ Laos by Lynne Mayhew

We awaken at dawn to the sound of a distant gong. The air is crisp and misty with fog.  From the balcony, we watch as processions of Buddhist monks leave their monasteries and walk through […]

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Postcard from Luang Prabang, Laos

Laos, or officially, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic has a population of slightly over six million and shares borders with  Burma, China, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Though there are periodic elections, there is only one […]

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