An inspired story for photographer [ii]

An inspired story for photographer [ii]

An inspired story for photographer [ii]

Then she smiled, took the picture of him and watched the others started to notice this guy. Some young man was passing by stopped to stare at him and speak out lout "Cool. I should do JUST like HIM" . What happened next? People started to lay down next to him and took the Angkorwat picture with phones, digital cameras and even just laying down to watch the strongly sunrises.

What a lovely morning. I thought everyone who were there really enjoyed the morning together. :)

6.40AM - Sunrise at Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Kampuchea.

Taken on: 3rd September, 2013. Copyright: All Rights Reserved - See pinnee.'s page of Flickr

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Set in northwest Cambodia, Siem Reap is best known for being home to the incredible Angkor ruins, a sprawling World Heritage-listed complex of ancient temples with the magnificent Angkor Wat as the focal point.

While the Angkor park is surely one of the globe's most amazing historical sites, Siem Reap province is also home to an array of other ruins, such as Beng Mealea, Bantaey Srei, and the holy mountain Phnom Kulen. So if ancient temple ruins are your thing, this province -- an expansive piece of mostly flat land, covered in rice fields and brush -- must be explored fully. It runs along the north shore of the Tonle Sap, Cambodia's "Great Lake", and north to Oddar Meanchey province, where Pol Pot met his end. Few visitors get around to the fringes, even though they are becoming increasingly accessible after many improvements to Cambodia's roads.

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