[pics] Nikon D700, 14-24mm, 24-70mm in Angkor

Started Feb 27, 2011 | Discussions thread
Gearsau Senior Member • Posts: 1,585
Re: [pics] Nikon D700, 14-24mm, 24-70mm in Angkor

undercrimson wrote:

Thanks for sharing! Beng Mealea was one of my favorite temples, being a little off path, it's very beautiful with its ancient ruins. The green moss from the wet season really adds some mood to your pics Nice timing.

Here were my shots if anyone was curious. Plenty of use of the 14-24 here. http://www.flickrwire.com/undercrimson/Beng-Melea-Temple.html


Nice work there. Its interesting to see the comparison in the greenery fom your visit and mine .

Looks like you spent more time climbing through the ruins than I was prepared to do ...

I was in there with my tuk tuk driver and one of the locals attached herslelf as my guide . I didnt mind as they earn so little money , that I always try and help out somehow..

Just shows how many ways one can photograph the ruins here. A second trip is always recommended to pick up on what has been missed on the first visit.

Regards Peter

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