Khao Luang Caves, Thailand
01 October 2010
Khao Luang Caves, Phetchaburi (Phetburi), Thailand is a complex of three caves housing numerous Buddha images and pagodas, many put in place by King Rama IV. Rama IV often used the caves for meditation prior to ascending the throne. The caves lie just outside the town of Phetchaburi which is approximately two hours south of the capital, Bangkok.
Sun shining into the entrance to the Khao Luang Cave temple, Phetchaburi, Thailand.
Light streaming onto pagodas inside the cave,
Wide view of Khao Luang Caves
Buddhas in Cave Temple
Light streaming into the caves.
Photographer Craig Ferguson is an award winning photographer from Australia who has been traveling and living in Asia since 1997. Craig’s work has appeared publications such as Monocle, Asian Geographic, Abitare, Lonely Planet, l’espresso, Taipei Times, Unearthing Asia, Verve and many more as well as online at National Geographic, the Huffington Post and neworleans.com. Corporate and commercial clients include Corel Corporation, Straight Music House, EVA Air, the American Chamber of Commerce (Taipei). Craig has also worked for NGO's such as the Jane Goodall Institute and the Taiwan SPCA. Craig is represented by Lonely Planet Images in additional to his freelance work,
Craig is also the founder of Taipei Photo School, the Light Your World workshops and leader of the Taipei edition of Worldwide Photowalk. He hosts monthly photowalks in various locations around Taipei that are open to all.