Dancers, Bayon Temple, Angkor, Cambodia, 2013

We got the chance to spend a couple of days exploring Angkor last year.

With Banteay Srei, Ta prhom, and Angkor proper, Bayon is one of the most famous temple there, mostly because of the many huge Buddha faces adorning it (a post on those another time), but it also boasts myriad carvings and murals.

This perspective caught my eye, the dancers triplicated over a window, like they were dancing away in a line toward a party in the jungle.

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