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Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Posted on 07. Jan, 2013 by .

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The entrance to the main temple in Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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9 years in Asia in 2 minutes. [all photos by Brandon Hoover]

Posted on 15. Apr, 2011 by .

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9 years in Asia in 2 minutes. [all photos by Brandon Hoover]

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Posted on 03. Sep, 2009 by .

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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Cambodian costumes

Posted on 22. Jun, 2009 by .

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Cambodian costumes, Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Canon 5D | Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @f/5.6 | 1/200 sec | ISO 250

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Cambodian bride

Posted on 11. Feb, 2009 by .

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Cambodian bride, Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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Cambodian monk

Posted on 16. Jan, 2009 by .

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Cambodian monk

Canon 5D | Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @ 105mm f/4.0 | ISO 640

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Solitude and timelessness

Posted on 17. Dec, 2008 by .

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia

So what’s up with all my Angkor Wat postings lately? Well, it’s been nearly a year since our trip to Thailand and Cambodia and I have only gone through a tiny percentage of the photos taken. This is one of the smaller temples on the grounds of the main temple. No one was around; had the whole place to myself for a while to take it all in. Felt a bit like Indiana Jones.

Solitude and timelessness were two feeling that echoed throughout the place.

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Angkor Wat

Posted on 16. Dec, 2008 by .

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia (larger size)

This is the traditional view of the temple that’s so often photographed. It’d be very difficult to do anything different or new with this scene, but the actual experience of being there is greater than any photograph may express.

I only wish that I had more time to explore the numerous temples. Being there around something so ancient and monumental borders on a religious experience.

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