These are amazing. I never saw a temple like that.
Lovely shots... It reminds me of my time in Bali last year...Ors is up as well at burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog.Have a great WW!!
The 2nd and 3rd captures looks alike :) Just a feeling of mine. Nice shots of those 'Wats'(temples).
Beautiful carving and nice pictures.
Beautiful photos! That looks incredible!
Great shots! Lovely! :D
All, Thank you very much for stopping by and taking the time to comment on the Cherry Blossom pictures. Stop by often to see great photos throughout the week, but every Tuesday evening here on the east coast of the states, when Almost Wordless Wednesday gets posted, count on breathtaking and beautiful photos from MTMD.Katztales, where in Michigan is your husband from? I encourage you to visit the Michigan Tourism Site for more great pics. You can find some great links for Michigan photos and lifestyle on my left sidebar--scroll down and click on the drop-down list under Michigan Travel Resources.Mariuca, the photos do have a calming effect, don't they? Thanks again, as always, for stopping by.Rox, I'd love to see the Cherry Blossoms from Roxiticus Valley.Jackie, it's my pleasure. Where is Ficksberg? South African Geography isn't exactly my forte.Cheers!
Oh wow! Those are absolutely wonderful pictures. Thank you for sharing!Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn.
How fortunate you are to have been to Siem Reap/ Cambodia. How those people have suffered! The pictures are all very evocative. I love particularly the top photo with the view through the receding doorways and the one of the woman in the doorway - not the kind of pic you get when people pose.
Awesome photos! Thanks for stopping by.
Your 1st pic - I've got an exact shot like that too!!Siem Reap is truly a photographer's paradise. I was still taking shots at Bayon despite hobbling around on my "elephant" ankle (refer to my Oct 07 blog entry if you're curious enough to find out what happened)
Wow, these are nice photos!
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