Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. We’ve been on holiday here all week and I have no idea where the time went. I have classes today, and the weekend begins this afternoon. This weekend it’s off to the Andong Mask Dance Festival; can’t wait. Yesterday I celebrated a friend’s birthday, and it made me think about two things. First, the year is quickly coming to a close, and secondly, that means we will soon leave the year of the dragon behind us. Wherever you go in Asia you can almost be guaranteed to find a colorful dragon or two. Today I am going to share a couple of the beautiful dragon shots I have taken over the years during my Asian travels.
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Taken at Gapsa Temple (Korea)
Chaing Mai’s new year’s dragon…
The dragon’s at the entrance to the downtown Chinese Temple in Chiang Mai…
And finally, my favorite and one that I’ve often used as a gravator over the years. Taken here in Daejeon at the “Nun’s Temple”…
Even though I wasn’t born in the year of the dragon, (I’m a sheep/goat), they do fascinate me. What’s your astrological year?