Scenes from the Angkor Region

We took a few pictures during our recent trip to Asia. OK, we actually took a few hundred pictures, and we’re just now beginning the process of separating the so-so shots from the, shall we say, not so-so shots. Below is a small sample size of scenes from several of the temples we visited in the Angkor region, with more to follow in the coming days.

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Churning of the Sea of Milk, Angkor Wat

Churning of the Sea of Milk, Angkor Wat

Aspara, Angkor Wat

Aspara, Angkor Wat

The painstaking detail of an Angkor bas-relief on full display at Bayon

The painstaking detail of an Angkor bas-relief on full display at Bayon

Banteay Srei

Banteay Srei

A common Banteay Srei bas-relief. Mind. Blown.

A common Banteay Srei bas-relief.

Banteay Srei bas-relief

Banteay Srei bas-relief

Terrace of the Leper King

Terrace of the Leper King

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8 comments

    1. Mostly true! Given enough time, nature eventually wins the battle, especially in a jungle environment. The Ta Prohm temple is perhaps the most well-known example of what nature will accomplish at a temple site if left unchecked for a number of years. Thanks for stopping by Andy!

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