Friday, August 21, 2009

Afternoon at Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat - Siem Reap, Cambodia - February 2009











all photos ©trryan

9 comments:

Michelle Johnson said...

TR, I've wanted to see Angkor Wat since I saw it in a Smithsonian article. Your pictures increase my want even more. These are great pictures. Thanks so much for bringing your traveled world to my home. Hope you had a great time there. Have a wonderful night.

coolwaterworks said...

Beautiful pictures TR... I hope I could go to this place in my lifetime... :)

I really like your blurring effects... :)

Mary said...

Hi Tim!

My eyes were very sore today so I stopped by for some eye balm. Wow.

Hugs,
Mary

jenX said...

Everytime I look at the pics you've taken, I think about you standing in those places and looking through the viewfinder, and I always wonder what you were thinking - especially the statue with yellow and all the arms. You're so blessed to see the world, TR, and I'm glad you choose to come home to Oklahoma.

samantha said...

Thank you for sharing this great fountain with us.I loved it. Thank you for having the courage to be real......
Samantha
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Müge said...

Ah ... ah ... Beautiful Cambodia ... Thank you very much dear T.R. for these beautiful photos ... I hope to go back to Angkor one day ...

Stark Raving Zen said...

Oh wow. These are just beyond beautiful. Thank you for sharing them with us.

Kathiesbirds said...

TR, these photos are amazing but why does that temple look so forboding and gloomy? Even in the color pictures it looks heavy and full of dread. Did it feel that way when you were there?

lofolulu @>~'~'~ said...

Surely Angkor Wat was the inspiration for Antonio Gaudi's La Sagrada Familia, the uncompleted cathedral in Spain. The organic features resonate upwards throughout both sites and draw my attention into the incredible niches.

Look: http://www.barcelona-tourist-guide.com/en/albums-en/gaudi-sagrada-familia/pages/sagrada-familia-01_jpg.html

Thanks for the incredible international photo tour of Angkor Wat. I hope to see it in person before my last breath. : )

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