An interruption to normal programming - a 'special feature' series of posts on Wat Had Siaw in Chomphet district of Luang Prabang. Please see part 1 of this series for background info on this place & the reason for this 'special feature'.
Despite their poor condition, the mural paintings within the viharn of Wat Had Siaw were a pleasant surprise :)
The altar - the largest of the cracks on the walls to the left & right of the altar are arrowed in blue:
Wall on right of altar (with side door) - left half:
The panels of the side door look as if they have not been repainted ever since the day this temple was built.
Wall on right of altar (with side door) - right half:
Wall with main entrance door (facing altar) - left half:
Wall with main entrance door (facing altar) - right half:
Wall on left of altar (nearest the river) - left half:
Wall on left of altar (nearest the river) - right half:
If the angles look weird, it's because all photos were taken while the cat was kneeling down, & the cat is very very short. Details of the interior murals to follow...