Photos taken at Wat Pah Nanachat, where I spend most of my time. As most of you probably now, this is the International Forest Monastery established by Ajahn Chah for his foreign disciples. It is near Ubol Rachathani, in the North-East and it where I did my monastic training.

The uposotha hall or bhot in Thai. This is the building where ceremonies like the fortnightly patimokkha recitation take place. The kitchen
My kuti in Nanachat. A colourful lizard. Lizards are common here, but this species is unusual.
One of the salas in Nanachat. Display case with human skeleton and still-born infant.
Making dye for robes. The pulp of the jack-fruit tree is being chipped with a machete for dyeing. Bowl washing.