Thursday, December 27, 2007

King Tu Duc's Pavillion, Hue

This pavilion, in the tomb complex of the King Tu Duc (1848-1883), outside Hue in Central Vietnam, was used in the 1992 movie Indochine.

This is where the king wrote poetry and relaxed, as he looked over the tranquil Luu Khiem Lake.

6 comments:

dive said...

Stunning, Jules.
I love the football in the lake! Hee hee. Well spotted.

Catlin said...

Hey you've got some pretty cool pics out here!

D Chedwick Bryant gave me your link... my boyfriend and I are going to to Vietnam in 5 days, so I'm looking forward to that temple of literature and Halong Bay already!

Old Wom Tigley said...

Stunning pictures again Jules.. I do like the Ball also.

Anonymous said...

this series is magical. the nets are so beautiful against the background.
I linked this blog to mine-- people at my house are amazed by it.

Jules said...

Hi Anon - glad you like it - where's home?

dive & tom - "good catch" hey - so to speak!!!

catlin - you will LOVE IT!!!

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