Umm, no opportunity to loose the black lump in the foreground, or was it too big for that?
15 May 2011 5:23am
@CElliottUK: Good point. It was a trade off between that and the tree foliage. Some shadow detail would have helped i guess or perhaps a loan of your rocket boots :) I did dither about posting this one but architecturally it's quite different from all the rest of the temple buildings so I thought it worth it.
Very beautiful architecture. I like it!
15 May 2011 8:38am
15 May 2011 9:27am
Gosh another temple. There sure were a lot of them - - - they are intriguing buildings.
15 May 2011 9:52am
Magnifica approach to building! Great to find the middle of the wild vegetation! A hug, Adela
15 May 2011 9:56am
They do have some fascinating decorative detailing, how old are these?
15 May 2011 10:15am
@Curly: 14th Century
I rather like the foreground, as it places me into the setting as I might see it if there. This architecture is fascinating, like elaborate tributes to ant hills and bee hives.
15 May 2011 11:42am
I like the lighting on this temple. Very interesting design of the architecture.
15 May 2011 2:49pm
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