Angkor Wat with E-M1

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  1. datagov

    datagov Mu-43 All-Pro

    Dec 2, 2012
    New York
    I was here in Siem Reap three years ago with my Canon 60D and th 15-85 lens and now I am here with my E-M1 and a few lenses, filters, and a portable tripod. We just arrived this afternoon. It's a bit dry and dusty but the weather is a perfect 85F during the day and 70F at night. The light is very hazy with lots of fine dust particles, making colors very muted. We only visited Angkor Wat today and will visit other temples tomorrow. But here are a few shots from today's short expedition.

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