22 thoughts on “Some photographs…

  1. stevebethere Feb 26, 2019 / 11:09

    What nice photos the first one LQQKS very tranquil 🙂

    Have a peacetastic week and thanks for rambling by 🙂

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  2. Esha M Dutta Feb 27, 2019 / 08:21

    Love the contrast of the yellow robes with the greyness of the stones! Beautiful pictures, Keith and thank you so much for linking up with us today.

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  3. hilarymb Feb 27, 2019 / 12:20

    Hi Keith – must be an amazing place to visit and to learn about – gorgeous … and thanks for sharing – cheers Hilary

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 27, 2019 / 17:41

      I’ve seen much of the world in the last few years, but that’s right up there wirth the best of them. Thanks Hilary.

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  4. Debbie D. Feb 27, 2019 / 15:19

    That must have been a fascinating trip! I’ll be sure to check out the entire travelogue. Thanks for sharing this and for the linkup. Cheers!

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  5. handmadejewelryhaven Feb 27, 2019 / 19:38

    Oh this would be a dream for me to go here.

    Thanks for sharing!


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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 28, 2019 / 11:09

      It is incredible, but Cambodia has a darker side, namely the Killling Fields and S21 prison which are featured in the travel post I’ve linked. Thanks so much.


  6. Gattina Mar 1, 2019 / 10:08

    What a contrast between the orange clothes of the monks and the ruins ! Beautiful pictures !

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  7. Natasha Mar 7, 2019 / 05:17

    Thanks Keith,

    Love this series. Love the vibrant hues of saffron amidst the ancient stones.
    The ancient relics seem to have come alive with the presence of these serene monks.
    I am always awe-struck by their serene demeanour, and the calm and gentleness these monks exude.

    On a trip to Mcleod Ganj in Dharmshala, I had the opportunity to watch them closely. I wonder if I could spend a day with them- living the life they lead. Wonder how unique it would be from our grimy city lives. But then, the grass is always greener on the other side. So who knows. Ha! Ha!

    This is one of your best posts. But then I’m a biased Buddhist you see! ;-)))

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    • Keith's Ramblings Mar 7, 2019 / 11:07

      Whenever I’ve been in Asia, which is quite a often, I always find them to have a calming influence over me. On my Nepal trip, our group was accompanied by a Buddhist monk called Losan and he took us to Lumbini which is said to be Buddha’s birthplace, There we witnessed Buddhist monks meditating under the tree which supposedly marks the very spot. If you are interested, there are some pictures I took in this post – https://keithsramblings.blogspot.com/2011/04/we-travelled-by-coach-taxi-elephant.html
      Thanks so much for your comment Natasha

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