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With two pirogues fishing
I went to Ban Long Lao (near Luang Prabang, Lao) and stayed with the local Hmong people there. I got up with the cock around 5:30.
This guy was my host. He prepared an excellent omelette and coffee for me.
It was a great stay!
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Don Det - Laos
This photo is now under copyright protection. It features in a photography book which has just been published under the name:
"Laos and Cambodia in Pictures" by F.G.Bechwati
Hasselblad 501 cm
Carl Zeiss Planar C black T* 80mm f2.8
Fuji Velvia 100F
Beautiful children at Bomb village, Phonsavan Laos.
In 2011, I visited Bomb village in Phonsavan Laos and came across a bunch of beautiful, innocence and happy children in spite of the depriviation of materialistic enjoyment of the modern world. Laos has the unwanted distinction of being per capita the most heavily bombed nation in the world.during the Vietnam war. Statistic data indicates a strong linkage between poverty and UXO in Laos .
The chidlren featured in this picture are sister and brother. The little sister really dots on her little brother. She carried him everywhere she went as the little brother could not walk yet. One year later, I went back to Bomb village to visit them to give them their pictures and small gifts. I was very happy to see the little brother has grown up. He was running around, with his sister, and he was wearling shoes.
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texture by .. skeletalmess.
as is the norm travelling i would get up early to take photos
not only is the light better but it meant there were few tourists to spoil the images
and the local people were up and about
here near the Mekong river . there was a mist in the mornings
and Luang Prabang is famous for the dawn parade of saffron robed monks gathering food
scanned from a negative . Ilford XP2 400 film
Luang Prabang, Laos
Every morning at sunrise, a procession of monks emerge from every temple and collect alms ...
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texture by Skeletalmess ,, scanned from a black and white negative
Laos, land of rivers and jungles. Some of the finest sceneries are found along the river Ou.
I stitched this panorama from four horizontal images plus one to add the mountain top.
Notice: If you use the Flickr map reference, please notice that i chose the correct position. Flickr's map of Laos, however, is totally screwed up showing wrong place names and roads where there are none.
scanned form a slide .. feb 1999
I travelled to Thailand , Burma and Laos
Luang Prabang is a city located in north central Laos, on the Mekong River about 425 km north of Vientiane, and the capital of Louangphrabang Province.
The city was formerly the capital of a kingdom of the same name. Until the communist takeover in 1975, it was the royal capital and seat of government of the Kingdom of Laos. The city is also notable as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
seen in Explore .. Oct 23, 2009 #353 . many thanks
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We where hiking thought the Lao Phou Hi Poun National park, unfortunately even in this beautiful and remote region Illegal deforestation is a problem. It is quite sad to see these beautiful trees on the Lorries heading to Vietnam
Hasselblad xpan 45mm
Kodak portra 400