Report on the trip to Ayutthaya and the many temples we visited there.
Over 400 new photographs from two Royal Temples in Bangkok in four albums on the Photo Dharma website.
A complete recording of a reading in Thai of the Vessantara Jataka by Phra Warat Gambhīrapañño Norasingha
Report on the photoshoot trip to the remote temple of Banteay Chhmar in North-West Cambodia.
Publication of photographs of murals illustrating the Life of King Mangrai, founder of Lanna, from Wat Chedi Ngam by Fabian Frederick Blandford on the Photo Dharma website.
Photographs of murals and statues in temples found mainly in southern Sri Lanka by Dr. Rolf Heinrich Koch.
Three videos by Jörg Dittmar made over a period of about a decade based on the teachings of Pra Acharn Tippakorn Sukhito
Report on the last four temples I photographed in Bangkok, how I got around and what I missed and will have to return for
Photographs from Wat Thepthidaram, which Rama III built for his Daughter, Princess Wilat, and features 52 bhikkhuni statues; and Wat Ratchanadda built for his Grand-Daughter which houses the Brazen Palace.
My visit to Wat Pho in Bangkok, and the photographs I took there of the murals and buildings – and how much I missed while I was there.
Report on hospital visits in Bangkok and photographs from Wat Phra Kaew in the Royal Palace Compound
New photo album from Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn, in Bangkok showing the Prangs, Viharn, Pavillions and Murals from the Ubosot.
I have just published two new web albums on the Photo Dharma website that I took recently at nearby Chinese temples. They were taken to try out my new camera which is advertised as being especially useful in low light conditions.
Video of murals inside Viharn Lai Kham, which date from the mid-19th century and illustrate two non-Canonical Jataka Stories, using pan and zoom techniques to animate the photographs.
A successful appeal to buy land so that the Bodhirukaramaya monastery near Kurunegala, Sri Lanka doesn’t loose its water supply.
A report on my stay at Wat Sri Suphan in Chiang Mai, the wonderful art work that is found there and the support they are giving to the local traditions of Lanna arts and crafts.
Photographs from the temples in the old City, which are some of the oldest in Chiang Mai, and were often built with Royal patronage, along with recollections of my visit to the various Temples.
The first four albums from my photoshoot in Chiang Mai have just been published, and cover some of the out-of-station sites. I have also added histories, maps and illustrative materials to the various pages
Over the past few years Ven. Dhammika has been traveling extensively and fortunately for us he took his camera with him. Now he has contributed some of these photos to the Photo Dharma website.