Cambodia. The first stop was Siem Reap with its world heritage Angkor Wat. For me as a photographer it was a huge satisfaction to get some shots of this beautiful, old and misty temple complex. I had no idea how huge this complex is. That's why we had our own driver for the whole day. We reached Angkor with a delay, which was my own fault because my weaker self had me lay in bed a couple of minutes longer. Luckily, I am happy with the shots still I got. At the end of the day, we were all very exhausted but we decided to take the next night bus to get to Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. We arrived the next morning and took a TukTuk to get to our hotel. We spent the next two days with Cambodia's history and visited the Genocide spots, Tuol Sleng as well as Choueng Ek, the King's Temple, the Cambodian Post and the Central Market. It was a great episode on our South East Asia trip. Have a look at the pictures above to get an idea of what we experienced. Finally, I managed to get enough footage for a second movie. I hope you will enjoy it. Cheers and keep on travelling!
Shot on EOS 60D, 600D, Magic Lantern and GoPro Hero3 Black
24-70mm 2.8 IS
70-200mm 2.8 IS II
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Music: Adhita Sofyan - Blue sky collapse
Song used with permission