After spending whole day long hopping from temple to temple in Angkor territory, we decided to spend the rest of our time of the day visiting local night market. It’s about 10 minutes by foots from our guest house at Golden Temple Villa.
Here’s some of the photos of the night market.
Angkor Night Market
the founder of the landmine museum
Landmine museum is located just a few minutes away by tuk-tuk from the Lady Temple. It is founded by a local to help mines victim. There is a few houses just behind the museum where all the victims stay. Outsiders are not allowed to visit them as part of protecting their privacy.
There are basically 2 exhibition rooms in the museum.
continuing from the previous post…
and we went from temple to temple and another temple again and again… we went to countless temples and I can hardly recall some of their names now except for those famous one like Angkor Throm, Bayon and Angkor Wat. That’s all that I can recall.
Later, we went to the Ladies temple (can’t recall its actual name).
It’s all started with full of excitement and curiosity. Man, I’m visiting the 8th wonder of the day. This is something gross!!!
It begins with the visit to Angkor Wat, the main temple, the biggest of all!
The photo on the right is taken with 3 exposures combined at -2, 0 and 2. It is then combined using Photomatix.
We spent about 2 hours at Angkor Wat alone because of its enormous size. We didn’t manage to cover the whole temple in the end of 2 hours though.
Preface: Its very easy to create HDR photos, it is NOT possible to produce HDR photo right out from your camera as the range is pretty limited. In order to produce a HDR photo, you need to take the same picture thrice at compensation level -2, 0 and +2. You can google up for more info on creating HDR.