The wooden bench, the folding table, the saffron colored robe, the slats on the open shutters–so much of this photo captures the look of parts of Southeast Asia where I have wandered. The composition of the rectangular shapes of the doorways and windows is visually interesting, as are the bits of green from the foliage. Un rosarino en Vietnam has quite the knack for being able to capture people in a moment. This monk, according to the description, is “resting” in the backyard of a temple in Luang Prabang, Laos – 2007.
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