Since my girl is having her school break (1 month). We took a day trip to the famous Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai last Saturday. Its about an hour drive from our home and its a beautiful place to shoot. I didn't bring my "beast" as I have 2 kids and I guess I don't have the time to be serious with landscapes or architecture shots anyway.
It's a bit funny but it was the first time I've been there actually. I have heard and saw the temple from far (on the bus to Chiang Mai) but never really set foot on it. I've seen tons of photos of the temple and promised myself to visit there. And I was in awe. Really in awe because its a very very beautiful piece of art (building) just in front of me.
The weather was kind to me too. Its cloudy but still have enough sunlight to brightly illuminate the temple. Its still under construction though :P (I've read that it already took more than 15 years so far to build the temple but it's still incomplete. You may google it and read more about the temple and its wierd artist who conceived this.
Anyway, the rest of the photos are here on my facebook account. I didn't take much as I was just admiring the whole site :P. Camera I brought along was my trusty Sony A900 with 24-70mm Zeiss and 85mm Minolta G. After shooting so much with crappy toy cameras and hazy viewfinders of the "beast" :P, the 900's VF was a fabulous reminder on why I bought this camera in the first place (besides being a FF camera). Think I will start to use it more often besides copying slides...
For those interested in getting there. Here's a map of the location.