Luang Prabang for Photographers
A field guide to photography in Luang Prabang. Monks, markets and the Mekong make this town the most beautiful place to photograph in all of South-East Asia. Morning alms and the monks in the mist may soon make this destination a little too famous.
luang prabang, laos - part 3:
More photos from gorgeous Luang Prabang! Just one more post after this and then it's on to Vietnam. We climbed the steps of Mt. Phousi one afternoon, which rewarded us with stunning views over Luang Prabang and it's surroundings. It's a pretty straight forward walk, however it can get a bit sticky in the heat and humidity. We also visited a Hmong village on the outskirts of the town, where we met some lovely women sewing and creating textile pieces for the night markets. I just love…
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The pace of life in Luang Prabang, Laos is so very charming. Charming is the only one-word description I can come up with for this low-slung city with wide streets (unnatural for much of Southeast Asia), French inspired post-colonial architecture, monks clad in sunny saffron robes, and a humming buzz of relaxed tourism. I wrote earlier