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Published on Mar 20, 2013
The Temples in Bangkok are some of the best places to see the intricate art that permeates Thai culture. These 'Wats' (as they are called in Thai) are filled with sculptures and artwork that serve to inspire, guide and protect those who seek it. Many of these sculptures allude to particular Bodhisattva's, or Guardians, who are meant to embody a particular form of mercy, advice, or prayer. This clip hopes to commemorate these guardians, not only in the metaphysical sense, but the guardians of culture, spirit and identity that can be found in a very real sense throughout Thai culture.
Music: Sad Soul Circus, 'Colorful Lights' (https://soundcloud.com/sadsoulcircus) Location: Bangkok, Thailand (Wat Saket, Wat Pho, Grand Palace, Wat Phrakaew), January 2013 Film and Editing: Craig Groenewald Equipment: GoPro Hero2 and Canon 5D Mk2