Cambodia Gallery - Angkor

Our beloved digital camera died about twenty minutes after we entered Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples (read about our accident involving a motorbike, a cow and our camera). Since this is the most photogenic place in all of Cambodia (some would argue in all of Southeast Asia), we were frustrated. I think I caught Nigel crying behind a bush. Most of the images below were taken with a disposable Fuji camera. Consequently the quality was poor and there were very few pictures worth posting here. Fortunately we were able to replace our digital camera once we got to Bangkok.

The Bayon
Last Gasp
Julie
Nature takes it's course
King Suryavarman's army
Solitary Sunset
 
Phou and his friend
Avalokiteshvara
   

 

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