Sunrise Silhouette

December 4, 2010

Sunrise Angkor Wat Entrance Inner Silhouette - Siem Reap, Cambodia - Daily Travel Photos
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Silhouette of Angkor Temple at the Angkor Wat complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia (ARCHIVED PHOTO on the weekends - originally photographed 2007/05/17).

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Sunrise Angkor Wat Entrance Outer Silhouette Tourists - Siem Reap, Cambodia - Daily Travel Photos
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Faintly visible tourists are the first to enter the Angkor Wat Temple at dawn (ARCHIVED PHOTO on the weekends - originally photographed 2007/05/17).

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Sunrise Reflection Angkor Temple Moat - Siem Reap, Cambodia - Daily Travel Photos
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A silhouette of Angkor Temple reflected in the moat surrounded the complex (ARCHIVED PHOTO on the weekends - originally photographed 2007/05/17).

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Tourists Angkor Temple Inner Pathway - Siem Reap, Cambodia - Daily Travel Photos
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Dawn assault by tourists on Angkor Temple (ARCHIVED PHOTO on the weekends - originally photographed 2007/05/17).

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2 Comments - Sunrise Silhouette

1) alee -

Beautiful silhouette shots!!

December 15, 2010
2) TravelGuy -

Thanks, A!!! This was taken a long time ago so I know there are so many mistakes I made, mostly related to underexposing a shot... which is never a good idea in digital cameras.

December 15, 2010

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