These are ancient temple ruins at the old capital of Thailand, Ayutthaya. When the Burmese finally conquered Thailand after 2 years of war the Thais fled and built their new capital near Bangkok.
Many of the structures lean precariously to one side or another, which is mainly due to year after year of flooding.
A thirty-second exposure.
More ruins in Ayutthaya. Notice the extreme amount of lean in the tower.
What? Me? Oh, nothing much. Just holding a tiger cub.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for Thai scream.
A temple in Bangkok.
A reluctant payout. Hey, she won fair and square.
This dog most decidedly did not like the sound my camera was making. I therefore had no choice but to keep snapping away. This is next to a busy thoroughfare in Bangkok.
This here's a waterfall.
Luckily there was an extremely alert policeman on the scene to take care of the situation.
Despite what the sign says, I did not find it all that pure.
Monks need entertainment too, you know.
Reclining Buddha in Ayutthaya.
The light turned lovely just as I was leaving.
The "artistic" portion of Bangkok.
I like setting up the tripod and taking long exposures (thirty seconds or more) so I can eliminate some of the crowds in the foreground. It also provides for a very interesting cloud effect.