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Ta Prohm Ruins
Angkor, Cambodia

{ 24 mm } – { f/5.6 } – { 1/200s exposure } – { ISO 400 }

The Lone Photographer @ Ta Prohm, Angkor

What photo isn’t made better by putting a beautiful woman in it?

In this case, the beautiful lone photographer in Angkor is my dear wife, Carrie. You can see the incredible photograph she took below.

This gorgeous image is what came out of Carrie's camera at Ta Prohm - Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia
This gorgeous image is what came out of Carrie’s camera at Ta Prohm – Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Did you know:

Ta Phrom was a backdrop in the 2001 movie Tomb Raider

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In person, Ta Phrom’s ancient ruins are a maze of doors, hallways, moss, stone, rubble, and tree roots snaking their way through every open space.

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Here’s the High-Resolution Photograph

The Lone Photographer in Angkor's Ta Prohm ruins - Siem Reap, Cambodia
The Lone Photographer in Angkor’s Ta Prohm ruins – Siem Reap, Cambodia
  • http://www.flightsandfrustration.com The Guy

    Great photo. I’m reading a lot about Siem Reap recently, it appears to be an amazing place.

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Thanks, The Guy. I can’t recommend a trip to Cambodia and Siem Reap enough. Would love to go back.

  • http://www.thewrongwayhome.com Izy Berry – The Wrong Way Home

    Beautiful place! In a few days I’ll be in Cambodia :)

  • http://travelwithkat.com Kathryn

    Love both photos but I particularly like the one of Carrie. It has a lovely mystical quality and she looks quite out of place but that is what makes it so interesting.

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Thanks Kat. You know I’m partial to the one of Carrie too… being my wife and all :)

  • http://www.ambitioustraveler.com Ally

    Wow great photos! I love how you’ve both captured the sunlight coming through

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Thanks, Ally. Angkor really is a magical place as a whole, but there’s just something extra special about Ta Phrom.