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.


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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