15 September 2017

Sunset at Phnom Bakheng

Unfortunately, the skies were hazy during all of our time at the Angkor temple complex, so we never really got a mindblowing sunrise or sunset. The top of Phnom Bakheng is a popular spot for sunsets, so visitors have to get here early for a spot. Though the colors aren't brash and bold, the muted pastels in the sky give a nice sense of serenity. 

It's Friday and you'll find more skies at Skywatch. Photo taken in December 2016.

14 September 2017

More decay

Mother Nature is closing in on Preah Khan temple. There are so many details at every turn. Photo taken in December 2016.

13 September 2017

Looking through

More decay at the temples of Angkor in Cambodia. Such beauty in the decay. Photo taken in December 2016.

12 September 2017


A line of mini-Buddhas carved into the stone. Hard to image the hours of intricate work that must have gone into making every detail. The faces are so serene. Photo taken in December 2016.

11 September 2017


Another beautiful piece of decay from the Angkor temple complex. Photo taken in December 2016.

01 September 2017

Getting around

There is a 20+ kilometer circuit that takes visitors through the Angkor temple complex. Most people opt to hire a tuk tuk driver for the day to get around between the different temples. While their customers are out visiting, the drivers often hang the hammock and catch a few zzzs in the back of the tuk tuk. Photo taken in September 2016.
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