Cambodia was great, if I had not mentioned that earlier. My traveling partner said she felt like Indiana Jones and indeed, it did feel as such, especially when we were visiting those temples which were partially consumed by the jungle. I felt a sense of adventure that I had not felt for a long time.
I also appreciated Cambodia because I learned a number of things while I was in Siem Reap exploring temple ruins. I learned more about Hindu mythology while I was there then I ever had before. I also learned that Angkor Wat was a Hindu temple, along with some of its peculiarities. I was also excited because I did recognize some of the names associated with the builders of these temples.
Here is Angkor Wat, shot from afar from another temple ruins named Phnom Bakheng.
You can see some unnatural green from the photograph. Those are typical construction covers, put on by a conservation team. Cambodia is too poor to conserve its temple ruins and so, various conservation teams from all around the world are there to do what they do best.
You can also see a vignette effect in the photograph, where the edge is darker than the center. I used a long-range lens and it was working at its upper limit. Nevertheless, I thought it made the photograph looks quaint and charming. To me at least.