I got up at 4.15 am to go out to Angkor Wat to see it in the sunrise. Was it worth it? I’ll let you decide. These photos were taken around 5 to 8 minutes apart.
Was just magnificent.
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Magnificent – on my bucket list.
That is cruel and unusual to post those during the working week. Amazing pics, top work.
Sorry but I disagree. You can get this sort of sunrise over any lake in New Zealand. 4:15am… Not my thing.
Awesome, DPF. Well worth the 4.15am start.
@Jimmy Smits: Please let me know the lake in New Zealand where I can watch the sun rise over Angkor Wat.
No? Thought not.
You’ve seen one sunrise you’ve seen them all.
Some nice pics here.
You’re getting jaded old son. If you’ve seen too many sunrises it might be time to consider taking a walk into the Pacific, pulling the nearest wave over your head & calling it a day.
It will set the socialist movement within NZ back a few years but over time they’ll probably get themselves together & bravely, yet tearfully, carry on.
I have stood in that very spot and at the same time 9 months ago, there was more cloud, so the picture came out quite dramatic
Stunning photography! Dont let the boring, sour, unartistic constituency put you off.
if you want to do this Farrar you need high dynamic resoltion and big sensor. Keep cool, just submit photos ordinary and comment
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