Apsara, the dancing girls

Apsara, the dancing girls

One of my favorite pictures from the many temples in around Angkor Wat, Camboria. Taken a little after dawn at Ta Prohm Temple (AKA the Tomb Raider Temple).

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14 comments

  1. Momma Jon't Know Dack · April 27, 2014

    I really need to start learning how to shoot better quality pictures…..

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    • sjoycarlson · April 27, 2014

      Haha, I mostly just play around and get lucky on occasion. No idea what I’m actually doing…. That’s the great things about digital cameras. You can make 1000 attempts until you get the perfect one!

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  2. Andrew Meadows · April 27, 2014

    Very beautiful. I kind of want to create a story inspired by it.

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    • sjoycarlson · April 27, 2014

      Thanks and go for it! Love it if my pics inspire others.

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      • Andrew Meadows · April 27, 2014

        I might. Just something short, but it’ll go well with some of the stuff I want to talk about regarding inspiration.

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      • sjoycarlson · April 27, 2014

        Haha go for it. If you want, I could like guest blog it on your page or something.

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  3. 7verina · April 28, 2014

    Beautiful!!

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  4. Pingback: Inspiration | The Wi-Fi Sci-Fi Con
    • sjoycarlson · April 29, 2014

      Happy to help inspire other writers!

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      • Andrew Meadows · April 29, 2014

        Thanks! I reblogged the image as well as linked it in my original post

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      • sjoycarlson · April 29, 2014

        Thanks for the free press 😛

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  5. Andrew Meadows · April 29, 2014

    Reblogged this on The Wi-Fi Sci-Fi Con and commented:
    Wanted to give everyone another chance to take a look at the photograph that inspired the flash fiction piece “His” from earlier today.

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