Sunday, 23 January 2011

Laughing to Enlightenment

'Situated within the royal palace in phnom penh is phnom mondop - a small artificial hill symbolizing mount kailassa, topped by a shrine containing a large buddha footprint. the shrine is adorned with 108 buddha images symbolizing the 108 past lives of buddha. the hill itself is surrounded by lush plants, forming a green oasis in the middle of the palace compound'.

"I spent the better part of the afternoon stalking monks and came across these two gentlemen having a discussion of some sort. next thing I knew we were engaged in a conversation and I just snapped away." Taken by Julian B Ho in Cambodia

1 comment:

catied said...

you caught perfect expressions of joy!