Weathered in the Cambodian Jungle

It had been a good several hours of trekking through a muggy jungle before getting to this place. I’ve been to a lot of muggy places (even Houston), but nothing compared to this place. When explorers "re-discovered" this temple just a few centuries ago, it was completely covered in jungle. I can’t imagine how hard the work was to clear the jungle back from the temple….

After emerging from the trees, I sat here for about 30 mins to regain my wits, and of course took a few shots to help pass the time while my ipod streamed some Baraka soundtrack action.

This one also uses my textures from the newer tutorial in this section

Weathered in the Cambodian Jungle

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  • Dr. Electro

    That place gives muggy a whole new feel. It gives humidity a bad name. It’s one of those rare places where the air is so saturated that you can find patches of fog in shady hollows in the hottest part of the day. Also, when the sun sets, it just drops over the horizon and it’s suddenly so dark you can’t see your hand in front of your face. If the temples didn’t look so awesome Cambodia would be utterly unbearable.

  • http://thevoiceswith.in rampantheart

    This is a beautiful place!Would like to go there some day!

    Well, thanks Mr Electro, that’s indeed informative!

  • Sharon Bally

    Your pictures are amazing, your work and you are amazing. Thank you for making my heart feel warm from the sight of all the beauty you capture…

  • LOVERBOY

    REALLY COOL!I BET IT WAS A NIGHTMARE CLEARING THE JUNGLE BACK.GREAT PHOTO.

  • Alfredo

    This is a FANTASTIC PICTURE!

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