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Kroper Ha Pagoda ! (ខេត្តកណ្តាល) by MardySuongPhotography

Kroper Ha Pagoda !
(ខេត្តកណ្តាល)

I always visit Kroper Ha pagoda, Takmao city, Kandal province in the evening and had a shot. Anyway I went there once time during evening with a nice sunset and beautiful sun ray during May 28th, 2015.

Photo by: Mardy Suong Photography
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My name is Mardy SUONG, I am from the one of Cambodian Photographers. I wish to extend my heartfelt welcome to all international visitors and photographers to Cambodia-Kingdom of Wonder.

As one of the fastest growing tourism destinations in Southeast Asia, Cambodia’s rich heritage, cultural and natural resources offer a full range of cultural and eco-tourism sites that are both dynamic and sustainable. Highlights include Phnom Penh, the Angkor Wat and the Mekong River Dolphins, just to name a few.

The Kingdom’s capital is a dynamic city where visitors are in the mood for shopping, dining, sightseeing and more. As Cambodia’s hub for commerce, politics and tourism, Phnom Penh is also home to many important institutions and monuments such as Wat Phnom, the Royal Palace and the National Museum. The magnificent Angkor Wat and Preah Vihear, Heritage of Humanity and World Wonder, is probably the most exotic tourist destination in the world and the renowned yet very rare Mekong River dolphins can also be found in Cambodia. During your staying here, do visit and relax on Cambodia’s pristine beaches, explore the coral reefs around many of our beautiful islands and trek through lush mangrove forests. The bay of Cambodia has been inducted to the Most Beautiful Bay of the World Club.

Regards and thanks!
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The Awakening by BaberAfzal

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Here is an image I shot back in 2010 of Burj al Arab and decided to reprocess it. Going back to my origins by creating such surrealistic images. Unfortunately, I took this image in JPEG but am glad I managed to make the best of it. I was fortunate to be present there at a time when a storm was rolling over which is pretty rare in Dubai. Even this view is hard to find as they have construction going on now. Talk about being lucky. 🙂

I hope you all enjoy this image too and feel free to share it as well! Love you all!

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Holy ray of light ² by fabriceappy

Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem Old City.

A second picture of the beam of light taken under the dome.

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Holy ray of light by fabriceappy

Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem Old City.

This church is an incredible place, whether you are a believer or not. The historical intensity in here – and throughout Jerusalem – is unique.

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DIVINE II by BaberAfzal

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“We can see the Divine in each speck of dust, but that doesn’t stop us from wiping it away with a wet sponge. The Divine doesn’t disappear; it’s transformed into the clean surface.” – Paulo Coelho

This is an image of Faisal mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan taken during sunset. I was very fortunate and Blessed to be present there at a time when the sun’s rays were being partially covered with the clouds behind it as it really blended well with the symmetrical reflection of the mosque.

I believe its one of my finest images of this mosque and I hope you all enjoy it too! God Bless!

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