The Sunken Temple also called Wat Saam Prasob is found in Sangklaburi. This temple is known for being weathered , old and worn because it has been there sitting on the water for more than 30 years.
This temple was in the heart of a small town that was destroyed when Vajiralongkorn Dam in Thailand was built. These are the only remnants that can be seen until today of what was once a pivot place of the Mon and the Karen tribes. Many people visit this place by boat.
Weathered, old and almost forgotten as it may seem but I still wonder why many people still come to visit this place. It may be because of the unfortunate situation that this place went through and people are curious about it or is it because of the history that were rooted when this place was once on the ground and not under water. Oh well, let the place speak alone for itself!
I will be showing different tones and colors of the sun as it paints the empty sky in the breaking of dawn and eventually fades away at dusk after it does an awesome work. Just a perfect example of showing Evanescent.
Every color depicts memories, whether it is happy, sad or extra sad. Memories that only one (you) can decide whether to let it fade together with the sun or to let it stay until it shows another majestic sky artwork the next day.
There’s always a new beginning and it always start the moment the sun shows it’s sparkle. We can always let these memories stay but do not forget to live. We can also choose to let it go and still live. Whichever way we choose, there’s always a choice. Make a good one, people!
when the sun starts to show off it’s beautiful color
when it’s up and wide awake while trying to paint the empty sky
when it’s still quiet and still doing it’s wonderful job of painting the sky
when it’s noontime and glaringly showing its power and grit
when it’s blue and starting to cool down
when the it’s about to say goodnight and anticipating a beautiful tomorrow
when it’s glow fades and nighttime comes