Orange

by , August 23rd, 2006  |  Published in Exhibitions, Humanistic Views

Contrasts in colors were quite pleasant when biking in the temples area of Siem Reap.

Once you passed the crowdy Angkor Wat and Bayon temples, you follow some dusty trails into the jungle. Depending of the light, trees are going through different kind of green and the grey stones of temples ruins seem to be parts of this vegetal world.

Then appears the orange reminding you that these places are still alive and deeply anchored in a spiritual world. This gallery is about discovering the orange.

(Picture from Siem reap temples – Cambodia – 2005)


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