Aereal view of the snowcapped Pyrenees seen from KL1666 leaving Barcelona and bound for Schiphol Airport
Vignette of raceful, historic Hoi An. Hoi An is known as Veitnam’s most atmospheric and delightful town. Once a major port, it boasts the grand architecture and beguiling riverside setting that befits its heritage.The face of the Old Town has preserved its incredible legacy of tottering Japanese merchant houses, Chinese temples and ancient tea warehouses – though, unfortunately, residents and rice fields have been gradually replaced by tourist businesses. And yet, down by the market I find life has changed little – Hoi An, Vietnam
Ankor Wat is the earthly representation of Mt Meru, the Mt Olympus of the Hindu faith and the abode of ancient gods. The Cambodian ‘god-kings’ all strove to better their ancestors in size, scale and symmetry, culminating in the world’s largest religious building - Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Vietnam
Where the Faithful Worship Among the Tourists… For 70 years this temple outside the small city of Tay Ninh, about 120 km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) near the Cambodian border, has been the center of Cao Dai, which has five million adherents. A religion that aims to unite all of humanity through the common vision of an individual creator — the same God honored by most major religions. A way forward for today’s increasingly intollerant society? – Tay Ninh, Vietnam
Yesterday was the last day of the Ghent Light Festival 2018 – Again a wonderful event with surprising and ingenious installations and performances. The performance at display is “Time Paradox”. The 3d projection maps a time travelling journey through a vibrant Ghent - Ghent, Belgium
Ghent Light Festival 2018 –The city center lights up with surprising and ingenious installations an performances based on light. Quiet a performance! The installation at display is a vignette of ‘Museum of the Moon’ from visual artist Luke Jerram. He brings us closer to the moon than ever before. This impressive reproduction of the celestial body is no less than 7 metres in diameter and floats above your head in Kalandeberg – Ghent, Belgium
Ghent Light Festival 2018 –The city center lights up with surprising and ingenious installations an performances based on light. Quiet a performance! The performance at display is a vignette of 'Forgotten' from multimedia specialist Create. Create adds an imaginary piece to the legend: for fear that the dragon would reveal the secrets of the city, the inhabitants of Ghent locked the monster up in the cellar of the belfry. For centuries, the dragon had been almost forgotten, until today. After nearly 500 years, the dragon has regained its strength, ready to take revenge and to spit fire! – Ghent, Belgium
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