Angkor Wat on my 60D
Beautiful shots. well composed. I liked the curves of the lion like figure contrasted against the pinkish blue sky. Also, the one of the two monks silhouetted against the sky in the doorway excellent. Enjoy your new camera.
You do have some editing to do however, as many of the otherwise amazing images are tilted slightly. Love the set
A Beginning Amateur Photographer
...must have been quite the experience. Thanks for sharing!
Nice shots. I would love to make it to Angkor Wat one of these days.
Life is tough, but it's tougher if you're stupid.
-John Wayne as Sgt. Stryker in Sands Of Iwo Jima
Very nice composition and i like the fact that you took 1 lens and made it work.
I will be heading back to Angkor in July..each time i visit i come away feeling like i could have done better...i really love the place and something about it keeps pulling me back.
Thanks for sharing.
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