lao skies

dusk 1

dusk 3

dusk 4

sunrise 1

train sunrise 1

There are not enough ways to capture the beauty of the rising and setting sun. The sky’s a million different shades of orange and pink and blue and grey and every single photograph turns out different from the previous one even if they were taken seconds apart.  In Laos I could admire the sky without much obstruction. It wasn’t just that. At night you could see constellations and stars. So many stars dotting the sky, and the best part is that you could see them move, see the world spinning madly on as you sat outdoors for hours before going back indoors to sleep. That is something I’ve never experienced before, and it constantly took my breath away.

The last photograph was taken from a train, hence the blur.


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