35mm: Angkor

Witnessing the sun rise at Angkor Wat in Cambodia can get travelers teary eyed. Not surprising really because the structure – the largest religious monument in the world – is so breathtaking it deserves this emotional attention.

Although Angkor Wat is Angkor’s main attraction, there’s a lot to see in what was the Khmer empire’s capital city.

Seriously, she looks like my grandma.
Quite tricky going up wearing this long garb.



The dragonfly in this photo was neither planned nor Photoshop’d–just pure luck.
The walk-about, monk style.


Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. Einstein


The pillars that stood the test of time.
Each rock-carved head was a witness to the goings-on in this place centuries ago.


All images were taken using 35mm film.

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