A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Frames at Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat, the capital city of the Khmer Empire in Cambodia from 800 AD – 1400 AD, is now an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The many windows of the ruins present an opportunity to frame the stunning architecture.

window at Angkor Wat, CambodiaLooking through a series of windows to one of the massive stone faces on the Bayon.
window at Angkor Wat, CambodiaA photographer shoots the stone faces on the Bayon, unaware that he is being framed.
photographer at Angkor Wat For more shots of Angkor Wat’s Infinite Doorways

For more about this challenge: A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Frame

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