Try to look up my photo from the stock but find a few photo can represent the word “Connected. All selected photos in this post came from my trip to Eastern Europe this summer.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Connected.”
“Connected” by Marie’s Bridge at Neuschwanstein Castle
“Connected” by metal string Prague astronomical clock
“Connected” by Cloak Bridge at Cesky Krumlov
“Connected” to other over TELEFON at Svornosti Square in Cesky Krumlov Town
“Eventually, Everything is Connected” – Unknown
July in Thailand is summer time, we always get out for a photoshoot at the holiday. This time I went to the famous place which is attracted many visitors from country around the world every year.
One of another most famous temple in Bangkok besidse the Thai Grand Palace is Wat Pho. This is one of the oldest temple in Bangkok, located in Rattanakosin Island. The founded year is maybe around 16th century and has been re-established by King Rama I in 1782.
You can take a 10-minute walk from Thai Grand Palace to see the combination of Thai and Chinese culture there.
Since the weather is hot at that time and the temple is quite large, you may bring your water before entering there.
“Walking there may take you half a day but I do believe it worth a visit once.”