This is a window of Banteay Srey that was built in the 16th century. This kind of window is widely adapted into Cambodia's architecture today. For those who used to live in Cambodia may have seen this kind of architechture.
Note: This window is made from brick, not wood.
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captainsgirl (3448) 2006-09-28 10:35
nice photo, love the color of the wood, nicely framed as well..too bad you cut the bottom of the frame and it looks just a tad crooked..but its a very interesting photo..I like it.TFS
MIG13 (0) 2006-09-29 0:29
Wow, Sothy! I think this window has a very modern design!!! Great capture, in nice colours and composition! TFS! greetings from Brazil! Miguel.
Serendipity (1045) 2006-10-09 13:23
Simple et beau ! Rien qu'en regardant cette photo j'imagine le temple Banteay Srei, magnifique citadelle construite par des femmes, et superbement conservée. Elle a échappé au pillage, un vrai miracle (L'un des pilleurs les plus célèbre fut d'ailleurs André Malraux, futur ministre de la culture, condamné à l'âge de 23 ans à Phnom Penh pour le vol d'un linteau de 800 kg !)
mdchachi (1617) 2006-10-29 19:05
I like the symmetry, forms and textures of this simple yet pleasing composition. A little bit shallower depth of field to unfocus the background would have been even better.
Fis2 (96141) 2006-10-30 15:28
Very interesting window! I like the frame and colours. Very impressive picture.
Greetings from Poland.
Luci (372) 2006-12-27 6:00
this is very interesting window.Very good composition and sharpness,bricks have lovely colours.I like also the form of this photo,
nothing on it looks disturbing.