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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10 thoughts on “Shadows of Angkor Wat

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  1. True North Mark 9 years ago

    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. Flemming Bo Jensen 9 years ago

      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. True North Mark 9 years ago

    Dang that sounds nasty dude! Get some Codral into you as well to keep control of the nose!

  3. Zane 9 years ago

    Yup, lots of Echinacea to boost the immune system. And lots of sleep too.

  4. Charlene 9 years ago

    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. Flemming Bo Jensen 9 years ago

      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.

  5. tim Wootton 9 years ago

    Nice environmental portrait Flemming,peaceful. Fresh garlic and oranges will help sort out that lurgy!

  6. Sam Clark 9 years ago

    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 😀

    1. Flemming Bo Jensen 9 years ago

      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