Category: Stone Characterstics
Angkor Thom Complex – Siem Reap, Cambodia
This archive includes the main site Angkor Thom, as well as Baphoun and Vimeanakas. Golden hour with tree cover, lychen-coated, worn stones doesn't equal the best photos, but they should be clear enough for study/reference.
Angkor Wat – Siem Reap, Cambodia
A rather random array of images I took. There are plenty of amazing, high quality "tourist" shots online, so I aimed at documenting details and oddities. Subsequent posts utilizing these images to come.
Ta Prohm – Siem Reap, Cambodia
This post is mainly to offer a raw view of the site with a plenty of shots of stone characteristics, bow-tie cut-outs, knobs, precision seams and joints, etc. Subsequent posts discussing specific subjects to come.
Ta Keo – Siem Reap, Cambodia
If your eye isn't trained to see it yet, pay attention to the stone designs, the close-ups of the corner joints and the numerous dogbone cavities which are also present in Egypt and Peru as well.