Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Simplicity

Here are some more in my series of photos from Thailand.  These were taken at Wat Phao, in Suphan Buri province north of Bangkok, notable for the forest of fruit bats surrounding the temple.  I enjoyed its simple lines and gorgeous, warm colors.

All of these were processed with one or more layers of Kim Klassen's "Simplicity" texture --
 linking up with Texture Tuesday


I never did find out why some of the trees were wrapped in monks' robes







9 comments:

nancyjean said...

your trip looks amazing! thank you for sharing your beautiful photos!

Teresa said...

What exotic images . . .I particularly like the last one . . .really captivating . . Teresa x

georgia b. said...

i love that you used texture on these photos... something different than the typical close-up still life texture use that is so prevalent in the world of texture use. another way i see them used a lot is on scenic photos. but these are neither. they are in between... travel shots. and i would not have thought to use texture on them... but you did, and kudos to you! they are wonderful!

what an interesting place thailand seems to be... so much texture... and color, which i'm sure YOU love!

johanna said...

wonderful photos! thanks for letting us take part in your journey!

Kathryn Dyche Dechairo said...

Cool images, the monks clothing wrapped around the trees is intriguing.

PrairieJill said...

Beautiful images, and the texture work suits them perfectly.

geetlee said...

these are lovely images. I have been to Thailand briefly but never got to see it like this.

Pat said...

Lovely work!

Kia said...

So glad you are sharing more about your trip to Thailand. Your photos are really captivating! So fascinating! :)
Lovely edit too!