Always find it enjoyable peeking through grooves and taking photos framed by the foreground from where I take them. Angles do make a difference as well.
I believe these people here are Spanish / Catalonians, I remember them speaking the language and doing this human-stack-up stunt (which I saw in Catalunya). It was pretty cute, but I wasn’t sure whether it was culturally appropriate in a temple, in front of Buddha. But Buddha looked entertained, brows a little furrowed and worried about their safety, or maybe a little puzzled, “huh, what you guys doing, mai?” As I ventured in to pay my respects, this angle looked more about right. ❤
Finally uncovering the stash of beautiful photos from the Thai days. Here are more wat (temple) photos from Sukothai. These temple complexes are architectural marvels in their own right. Even more marvellously, I discovered that they hold an aura too. The misty air in some of the photos – they were not there when I was walking the grounds. Maybe water vapour from the hot humid climate? Shrugs.