Monks riding on horses. Visited an interesting cafe with many handicraft mostly elephants for display and sale. The workshop also has a cafe serving food. Cute little monks. Think the little one dozed off.
Pictures taken while visiting Chiang Mai. The models, including children, were hired to pose for us in their cultural dresses. As I worked through the photos, they seem to be telling a love story. Sibling love? Fatherly love? Enchanting love? You decide.
When visiting Thailand, riding an elephant is one of the top attraction for tourists. Having done it once, I can’t deny hopping on top of an elephant is quite an experience. As the journey began along designated route, the excitement quickly subsided. Even though my kid enjoyed it very much, I couldn’t help but feel…
In between early sunrise and sunset shots in Yunnan, the local guide brought us through the villages, allowing us to glimpse the way of life. There were many interesting sights, especially children playing on dirt road while their parents toiled in the field.
Going through the bazaars of Xinjiang, there were many photo opportunities. Such friendly people. Some would gladly pose for your camera.
From lamb herding to cotton picking, the people of Xinjiang diligent at work.