A lotus on the road to Lake Tonle Sap, Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
The Royal Palace, Bangkok, Thailand.
Angkor Thom, 1190 - 1210, built under Jayavarman VII.
Banteay Samre, 1150-1175, built under Dharanindravaraman II and Yasovaraman II.
Originally a Hindu cobra when the temples were built under Indian influence, now referred to as a dragon.
Ta Prohm, 1186, built under Jayavarman VII
Wat Phra That Cho Hae sits on a hill 9 km southeast of Phrae, Thailand. An important pilgrimage site, the Buddha is reputed to impart fertility to women who make offerings.
A boy poses astride a tourist horse at Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Si Satchanalai-Chaliang Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site: 13th to 15th century ruins in a peaceful, almost untouched setting.
Scenes on the high road to Phu Chi Fa, in northeastern Thailand.
Another wat in Phrae, Thailand.
In a Lao village near the Mekong River.
Grasses blowing in the wind on the high road to Phu Chi Fa, Thailand.
The monks' chambers and their laundry at Wat Thammathipatai, outside of Uttaradit, Thailand. The temple is known for its beautiful carved doors taken from the ruins of Wat Phra Fang.
A Tibetan woman watches out of her window in a mountain village in the extreme northwest of Yunnan Province.
A man enjoys his beedi outside the "rat temple," Deshnok Temple, which felt like a good place to catch the plague.
Offices of Seung H-Sang
The office building of Seung H-Sang, a professor of architecture at Seoul National University and the first architect to be named Artist of the Year by Korea’s National Museum of Contemporary Art.