This is a shot of Ta Prohm Library, at Angkor Wat Archaeological Park in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Angkor Wat had always been on my "bucket list" since I took World History in high school so many years ago. I finally got the chance to go, and one of the temple complexes we visited was Ta Prohm.
What I loved about Ta Prohm is that is is largely swallowed by the jungle, and although this particular photograph does not show it, this part of the building is surrounded by trees and part of the building is being reclaimed by the jungle. Some may know of this site by the Laura Croft Tomb Raider movie ;-)
Anyways, this photograph was shot with a Sony A7RII camera with a metabones adapter using my Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. I shot this at 33mm, f/9 at 1/125sec at ISO 100. I processed it in Lightroom and in Photoshop.
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