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Irene Carson

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Bakong temple – partial collapse

This Khmer temple was partially rebuilt, but keeping it from further decay requires money and dedication.

Exif Data

NIKON D7100

Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM
Aperture
f/5.6
Exposure
1/100
ISO
800
Flash
112
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/100
  • Resolution: 300/1
  • Created: 26th September 2019
  • Uploaded: 11th December 2019
  • Category: Buildings
  • Views: 21
  • Likes: 11



  • Rangewoman_Inc
    10 months ago
    Wonderful angle and shot. Shared.
    • Irene Carson
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      10 months ago
      Many thanks, Rangewoman, much appreciated!
  • MarkChinn
    10 months ago
    That's a shame it's collapsing. Nice shot.
    • Irene Carson
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      10 months ago
      Thanks, Mark. The country is blessed with a great number of ancient buildings and with very little money to spend. I guess the money from the tourists is used to keep the main properties safe enough for visits.
      • MarkChinn
        10 months ago
        Thank goodness for tourists - especially those with cameras!!! :-)
  • Joe Lightheart
    10 months ago
    very nice! I see you had a bunch of rain and the water really adds to your photo. I was there and it was hot, dry and dusty, but I really had a good time too.
    • Irene Carson
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      10 months ago
      Thank you, Joe. Yes, the workshop was specifically set for this time of the year, not only do the storms provide dramatic clouds (which you still seem to find everywhere) but also clearer air, reflections, greener vegetation and moss on the ruins. – I am pleased that you had a good time, too!