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Photo of the Day: Air Balloons at Dawn. Bagan, Burma: Hot air balloons carrying tourists rise above the pagodas at dawn.

Thailands Amazing Floating Movie Theater (PHOTOS)

PHOTOS: Thailand's Amazing Floating Movie Theater

out door cinema in thailand, part of Film on the Rocks Yao Noi festival in the island of Kudu Noi near Phuket

In the Himalayas, Journeys of Faith and Flowers - NYTimes.com Valley of Flowers National Park

In the Himalayas, Journeys of Faith and Flowers

Valley of Flowers National Park in India, north of Hemkund. Some 300 varieties bloom there in peak season.

Krishna Janmashtami, happening the day after we arrive in India.

Krishna Janmashtami

frakintosh: “ Indian youth make a human pyramid to break the “Dahi Handi.

Diwali 2012: Festival of Lights- Hindu Festival that happens all over SE Asia in November

Diwali 2012: Festival of Lights

Hindus worldwide recently celebrated Diwali, a five-day "festival of lights" that marks the new year and honors the principle of good over evil.

I really hope I can make it all the way to Indonesia to see the Raja Ampat Islands.  More Indonesia images at http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/countries/indonesia-photos/#/borododur_6768_600x450.jpg

Strong currents that rush between the islands of West Papua's Raja Ampat (pictured) help seed much of the billion hectares of reefs and marine life that spread from the Philippines to the Solomon Islands.

Laser Scanning Reveals New Parts of an Ancient Cambodian City | MIT Technology Review

Laser Scanning Reveals New Parts of an Ancient Cambodian City

Laser Scanning [with LIDAR technology] Reveals New Parts of an Ancient Cambodian City

Rayong dam, Thailand

A dam in Rayong, Thailand. In the rainy season, the Dam is used to irrigate crops. Photo by Anan Charoenkal.

Several images from Thailand, including the Loi Kra Tong Festival.

cronicasdeuncronopio: “ “ yi peng (second full moon) lantern festival in chiang mai, thailand. wish lanterns, also known as khoom loy or khoom fay, are symbolic in thailand of problems and worries.


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