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[caption id="attachment_3402" align="aligncenter" width="334" caption="Gate to the Grand Palace"][/caption]

Being the capital city of a Buddhist country means that Bangkok is full of some of South East Asia's finest temples. Therefore our visit to Bangkok would not be complete without seeing some of these famous temples (Wats in Thai). On the second day and fourth day in Bangkok, we visited a couples of temples:
  • Wat Traimit (Temple of Golden Buddha)
  • the unknown temple (we got blessing from a Luang Pu monk)
  • Wat Phra Kaew and Grand Palace (The Emerald Buddha)
  • Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)
  • Wat Pho (Temple of Reclining Buddha)
[caption id="attachment_3422" align="aligncenter" width="333" caption="Boon-Huat, Wei-Seong and Wee-Peng at the steep stair of Wat Arun's central prang"][/caption] These temples we visited are the spiritual part of the capital's heart and soul and each of the temples is unique like no other as the architecture and decoration are awe-inspiring. It would be good to share the story of each temple together with the photos I took after the jump:

[caption id="attachment_3375" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="药方:节约减碳,避免让地球温度上升2度。(图:星洲日报)"][/caption] 你能不能想像一个人如果高烧不退会变成怎么样? 这个人尚且吉人天相,脑袋大概也被烧坏了。 如果是你,一定不会想要有一天沦落到这般田地吧?但你又知不知道,其实你的所作所为已经间接让另一个生命体遭受到如此不堪的待遇──而他,就是地球。 全球暖化,已经从一个流行语汇到一个腻死人不偿命的数千万笔google热门新闻搜寻资料;但大部份的马来西亚人还是觉得事不关已,不管外面刮风下雨,室內的冷气还是开到连北极熊都会感冒的程度。政府宣传广告不断在告戒人民勿焚烧垃圾,甚至还鼓励民眾举报,结果大家还是目空一切、守望相助,你只要远离城市,烧芭烧垃圾这种事就好像嘉年华一样永远没有停过;那些觉得电费便宜到以为自己活在非洲部落的人,当然不会把没有用的插头从插座移除,更不用说利用公司的资源时,离开位子两三个小时也不会把电脑关掉的人……你即使不是这样的人,你举起手指指向前方,大概也会指到一囉哩这样的人。 这样的人当然不会只有一个,他们联合起来每天餵地球吃香喝辣焗桑那。高烧不退的地球会发生甚么事呢?他流出的大量汗水,让2006年底的柔佛州发生百年一次的大水灾,让东海岸每年年底都面对水患问题,让一国之都常常一雨成灾;他口乾舌燥,让柔佛州居鑾市区的民眾在农历新年期间体验到前所未有的无水开饭、洗澡窘境,让山林大火时有所闻,让大马引以为傲的棕油出现收成短缺,出口锐减。 雪州水供公司公佈的一项报告指出,说明雪隆和布城因为近日来炎热天气,每人每天平均的用水量达 223公升,比早前的216公升增加了7公升,比起许多国家包括新加坡每人每天157公升的用水量高出许多。地球在还没有渴死之前,还要哀求他吐几口水来解渴,这就是我们对待地球的方式。 地球每年在升温,我们每年却只关灯一次,像办一场追悼会一样点满蜡烛,慢慢欣赏他的凋零。 专家已经作出以下的计算出来,就算全球关灯一年,暖化仍会持续一段时间;如果人类仍死不回改,事情就会变成: 温度上升1度:野生动物濒危,生態机制失去控制(部份濒临灭绝) 温度上升2度:三成动物、植物灭绝,乾旱、饥荒、珊瑚白化,人类面临生存危机 温度上升3度:30%海岸湿地淹没,上亿人无水可用 温度上升4度:非洲低地三角洲每年洪水患 温度上升5度:超过40%动植物灭绝。 温度上升6度:人类和大多数物种灭绝 日积月累,地球现今的处境儼然就是一个已经发高烧的人,我们还把他拖到中午的烈日底下晒日光浴、吃火锅;如果地球有一天真的掛了,我们今天的所作所为,应该可以称作“凌迟”。 星洲日报/副刊‧作者:卓衍豪‧2010.03.28 [source: http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/158927?tid=14]...

[caption id="attachment_3365" align="alignright" width="333" caption="Still carrying her"][/caption] Two traveling monks reached a river where they met a young woman. Wary of the current, she asked if they could carry her across. One of the monks hesitated, but the other quickly picked her up onto his shoulders, transported her across the water, and put her down on the other bank. She thanked him and departed. As the monks continued on their way, the one was brooding and preoccupied. Unable to hold his silence, he spoke out. "Brother, our spiritual training teaches us to avoid any contact with women, but you picked that one...

上星期六约了Photonian的朋友Derrick, Chong 与友人到马六甲的A'Famosa 牛仔村摄影去。模特儿在马六甲是相当出名的。感谢她抽空来配合我们的时间。 第一次摄模特儿、第一次拍摄Potrait、第一次与友人结伴去摄影、第一次拿到了很多和灵感很多的摄影模特儿小贴士。 以下是当天摄下的照片。如有再能进步的地方,希望能留言让我有更大的发展空间。

[caption id="attachment_3311" align="alignleft" width="333" caption="Little plant"][/caption] I came across this wise story on the net: A young man through the mountains came upon an old man who was busy planting a tiny almond tree. Knowing that almond trees take many years to mature, the young man commented to the old man "It seems odd that a man of your advanced age would plant such a slow-growing tree!". The old man replied "I like to live my life based on two principles. One is that I will live forever. The other is that this is my last day." 我在网上读到了这么个故事: 一个年轻人经过了山头,遇到了一位老者正在忙着种棵杏仁树。 年轻人知道杏仁树要很多年才会开花结果,就建议老者:“我很惊讶见到你这么大了年纪的人,竟然会种这么棵很慢成长的树。” 老者答到:“我生活喜欢基于两个原则;一、我将会永远活着。二、今天是我活着的最后一天。”...

[caption id="attachment_3269" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="The scenic river, Chao Praya River"][/caption]

On the fourth day in Thailand, we went onboard for a river tour with an express boat along the Chao Phraya River tour from Grand Palace to our destination, Wat Arun. It was drizzling but it did not stop us from visiting the Chao Praya River of Thailand. We could feel the breeze, rainwater and river water on our face.

[caption id="attachment_3273" align="alignright" width="333" caption="Boon-Huat (left) and Wee-Peng on the boat ride of Chao Praya River"][/caption] Chao Phraya is a major river in Thailand and the largest river in Bangkok. Centuries ago, Bangkok waterways were the main routes of transportation, thus much of the Thai history can be traced along the banks of the river. Many canals have now been filled in to make ways for roads but the Chao Phraya River still runs through many Thai lives. Therefore, it became a must in our checklist to visit. We were the only group on the small express boat. The boat driver could not speak English so we had to make our guess on the landmarks we saw. We had a great insight into a different perspective of Bangkok: hotels, temples, palaces, beautiful houses, run-down wooden houses and local line the banks. It was a very scenic ride. The river itself is a hive of activities. We didn’t have the time to visit the real floating market of Damnoen Saduak which is located 110km from Bangkok, yet we could experience it right on this river: the traditional way of selling and buying fruits, vegetables, crafts, and other merchandises from small boats, and also the way people live and travel by boats. We purchased some jackfruit from a small boat which came to us, and enjoyed its sweetness on our journey. There were boats going up and down the river and it was kind of interesting to see how the people reacted to us when they saw us: gazing, waving, and smiling. Likewise we enjoyed looking at the people interacting with each other and what they were doing. Some photos I took on the boat ride: