Shadows of Angkor Wat

Is it alright to just post an image today and no story? I have no energy for creative storytelling presently so bear with me. In between coughing I am picking out and sequencing images for my two upcoming books. Cambodia gave me so many good pictures in a short time. Bathed in natural light, this is Thun the monk in the shadows of Angkor Wat. I attempted a Kodachrome look for this image, which has received very subtle post production.

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-Flemming

10 Comments on “Shadows of Angkor Wat”

  1. Poor little fella! Sounds like you need a big dose of Lee’s Yak juice! It also sounds like you have that doosey cold that has been circulating around Perth for a while, so take it easy mate!

    See if you can get some Olive Leaf and Liquid Echinacea as we as some garlic tablets!

    1. Thanks buddy, will go shopping for that. Been under the weather for more than a week, my body has gone completely crazy adjusting to this colder climate. I have discovered the human capacity for a runny nose is darn near endless.

  2. It’s got a very film noirish feel despite the Kodachrome effect. Hope you get well soon mate. This bout’s been a long one. Not good at all!

    1. Thanks C. Mostly I kept most of the saturation and I made the blacks very black so it’s a Kodachrome light look I guess 🙂 Feeling a bit better today, improving by a few percent everyday. My body has collapsed, very odd.

  3. Hey Flemming, hope you are feeling better each day buddy… I’m out of action too, have hurt my back. Very annoying with so much creating to do… anyway, a time to stop and reflect I think!
    As always, loving your images 😀
    Sam

    1. Hey Sam, thanks for your comment, sorry to hear about your back problems. Hope you are healing. I am slowly getting better, very slowly, but I will get there. All the best, Flemming

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