10 best photos of the photogenic temples at Angkor
During our three-day bicycle exploration of the temples of Angkor, Cambodia, I took too many photos. The temples were a photogenic place to play around with my Canon G9 camera’s panorama and macro settings, though I admit I went a little overboard.
Are these really our best photos from Angkor? Well, they’re my favorites today. Tomorrow I may be more in the mood for the tranquil faces of Bayon.
If you’ve got a little extra time and would rather see all the Angkor photos, click here for the slideshow. And, of course, if you haven’t yet read our art postcard from Angkor, what are you waiting for?
Slideshow of Photos from Angkor and Siem Reap, Cambodia
If you can’t see the photo slide show above, view the photo set on Flickr.
Gorgeous shots! We were also quite taken with the no squatting bathroom sign and have that one too.
Some nice photos, My favorite is the funnel spider. too bad, you couldn’t get a real close up of the critter. I didn’t see the costumed touts when I was there 3 years ago, oh well!
That was about as close as I was getting to those critters since I had no idea if they were poisonous or not! I also liked the composition, with the looming tunnel and all the spidery debris.
The nice thing about the G9 camera is that it’s got 12 megapixels so I can zoom into either of my two funnel spider pictures to see the details without risking a bite.
So, Thailand Traveler, since you got me curious, here’s a zoomed in crop of the funnel spider.
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