Dec 09, 2016 – [Friday] Patterns: Umbrellas in Siem Reap

December 11, 2016 § Leave a comment

Siem Reap, Cambodia, taken on December 22, 2015

It was not raining in Siem Reap but umbrellas were lined up along this narrow alley. Maybe they were necessary after all because the heat from the sun was too much for any outdoor activity!

Aug 28, 2016 – [Sunday] WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Frame

August 29, 2016 § 4 Comments

Angkor Wat, Cambodia, taken on December 23, 2015

In the Angkor Wat, the doorways lined along one of the corridors acted as the perfect frame for this lady who was sitting on a step with a cryptic expression on her face. I wondered what was on her mind…

May 06, 2016 – [Friday] Patterns: At Baphuon

May 8, 2016 § Leave a comment

Angkor Thom, Cambodia, taken on December 23, 2015

Baphuon was the only temple that allowed people to ascend in the Angkor complex that I didn’t ascend. I was way too tired and the heat was getting to me, so all I wanted to do when I got to Baphuon was rest under the shade. That lady seemed to have the same idea, but she decided to chill high up instead!

Feb 07, 2016 – [Sunday] WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Time

February 8, 2016 § 3 Comments

Ta Prohm, Cambodia, taken on December 23, 2015

How much time did it take for the sacred ancient roots to merge with the temples of the thousand-year-old Ta Prohm? Though all that remains is rubble, the histories of majestic times are carved in stone – untouchable, unforgotten.

Jan 27, 2016 – [Wednesday] Travel Favs: Ta Prohm

January 27, 2016 § Leave a comment

Ta Prohm, Cambodia, taken on December 23, 2015

While the grandeur of Angkor Wat is what amazes most people when visiting Cambodia, the mysterious Ta Prohm is no less majestic. With the giant roots of ancient trees wrapping around the temple complex, the entire atmosphere felt sacred and solemn, as if spirits were entangled within the walls of the temples.

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