This is Khemarin Palace or Khemarin Moha Prasat, the residence of The King of Cambodia. It is closed to the public. We can see only a small part of the palace from the corner of Throne Hall, not only to enjoy the architectural details, but also to hope.. maybe His Majesty will appear in front… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : The King’s Residence
The dusk was about to come, and I'd just arrived at Beng Mealea. The dense trees blocked the ray of light. But thanks to the nice beautiful girl named Srey. She accompanied me walk around this temple. She is 14 years old and lives across Beng Mealea. Her mother sells water in front of this temple.… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Srey
This is Wat Phnom in Phnom Penh, the tallest temple in the city and also located at the centre of Phnom Penh. It stands on the grassy hilltop, with 27 metres in height. This corresponds with its name which means "Mountain Temple". In the day time, its white structure is hidden by the trees, but… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Glow in The Dark
This beautiful lady got a photo session in front of Bayon Temple, Siem Reap. I tried to catch her image as well as the Bayon's face, and the result is she looks very small, like a liliput in the land of giants. 😁 Scale
This scene is very familar : Sunday afternoon - Phnom Penh - river front - Monks with their orange robe. So, for this week's challenge, I named this picture : The orange Pedestrian.
While I was in Angkor Wat, I found that its Windows create the natural frame to the image. The balustrades make it more unique due to its curved shape. I have just realized that Angkor Wat itself is also the window into the past. When I saw the view from the windows, I imagined that the Kings… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : The Window Into The Past
This is the men's royal pond, located at the north of Phimeneakas in Angkor Thom. This large pond paved in laterite with sandstone steps. The pond's border in the southwest was carved in high relief as seen in the photo above. From the opposite side of the pond, the water, the temple's reflection, the border, the… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Layered