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The Abbot Of Wat Doi Pa Som, Samoeng, Thailand
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The Abbot Of Wat Doi Pa Som, and a woman getting her personalised guidance and tour around the compounds of the temple. The temple is located on a mountain top, with spectacular views in every direction, adding to the magnitude of the experience. The temple can only be reached by a steep mountain road, and walking the last bit up along some long stairs. The monks quarters are seen in the panoramic picture, and the temple itself can be seen on top of the stairs. This morning was very misty, and the view was limited to the nearby surroundings because of the morning fog.

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Uploadet: 16/03/2012
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Tags: abbot; temple; thailand; samoung; buddha; monk; view; nature; mountain
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