Weathered

Three towers | Anita

Does photographing architecture of times past give us a glimpse into the lives of the people in those times? Not really, or at least not completely, given that the history left behind for us is selective. It doesn’t take away from the wonders of architecture, though! 

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Wanderlust

Tug of War
New places, new faces…

Sometimes both together!! 😉

Tropical Rain Forest

Pillar stones
At East Mebon, Cambodia.

For Jennifer Nichole Wells’ Color Your World Challenge: Tropical Rain Forest. Fits  the theme color-wise as well as climate-wise. 😉

Drinking game

Jägermeister distortions
Seeing that the aim of drinking games is to get drunk — if one wins a drinking game (as highly unlikely and against the odds as it may be), do they actually lose?

The Lake

Lake
This lake just outside the Preah Khan temple at Cambodia. It was the middle of morning when we passed beside it, but then, I was playing with the colors in the picture later, and I absolutely loved it when I tinted the blue with yellow. This golden sky makes my heart soar with joy in a way that the original blue sky wasn’t able to, and I just don’t feel any shame or guilt for tampering with the colors so! 🙂

For SL-Week: Reflection, and Weekly Photo Challenge: Jubilant.

Faces

Faces
One (no, three, actually 🙂 ) of the serene faces at the Bayon temple at Angkor Thom, Cambodia. These faces are carved on all four sides of the towers of the temple. They look at the tourists in solemn silence, as we look upon them captivated by their gentle smiles..