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Donuts in Luang Prabang

Here in New Zealand donuts aren’t a common thing, especially where I live. The first thing I noticed when I entered the beautiful city of Luang Prabang in Laos I quickly noticed the cheap and delicious looking donuts being sold on the side of the road. 311 more words


On the Mekong

The Mekong river, Laos.

It’s an interesting thing looking across the river at another country.

The Mekong river is a natural border between Thailand and Laos and this image was taken on a misty evening when on the Laotian side of the border, facing Thailand. 250 more words


Pakse & Luang Prabang on the Mekong

We were a bit sad to leave the 4000 Islands. But we wanted to go further north. And we wanted to fly from Pakse to Luang Prabang. 1,489 more words

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Photo Diary: A Riverside Bungalow for 6$ (under 25MYR) p/n in Nong Khiaw

Nong Khiaw, Laos, is a sleepy village set amidst mountainous terrain and the perfect place to put your feet up – in a hammock on your balcony, that is! 184 more words

Day 263 to 271 - Southern Laos

Finally I was ready to head South in Laos; I left Phonsovan in the morning on the smaller road, instead of doubling back for hours to the main road. 3,137 more words

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Time travel

Vientiane, Laos


For me, the hardest thing about street photography is to get the calamity of the forever in one frame.


The interesting thing about photography in general and its relationship to time is that time materialises photographs and photographs in turn materialise time…Photographs have the ability to capture time and make a material object of it. 25 more words