Sunset Hill, Cambodia

The temple ruins on top of the Hill of Phnom Bakheng in the Angkor Archaeological Park was once accessible only by riding on elephants. Today there are proper tracks and tourists climb up there in the evening hoping to catch its fabled sunset from this ancient vantage point. I chose a different angle and photographed it from the ground. Those are not magical objects flying about in the air. Those are leaves on a puddle. What you are seeing is another reflection of a great landmark, upside-down :)

Sunset Hill, Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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