Photographer's Note

Angkor Wat is a ruin that is used for modern rituals, but is not maintained to western standards. It was a political and Hindu religious center for the Khmer kingdom about 1100, but abandoned in the early 1400's. It was "discovered" by a Frenchman in the 1800's, thoroughly overgrown. It is believed to be the largest religious structure in the world.

Date and time Original: 2004:11:25 08:30:42
Orientation: top/left
35 mm Focal Length: 27 mm
Colorspace: sRGB
Compressed bits per pixel: 4,00
Compression: JPEG
Contrast: Normal
Digital Zoom: 1,00 X
Exif Version: 0220
Exposure Mode: Auto exposure
Exposure bias value: EV 0,00
Exposure program: Normal
Exposure time: 1/125 s
F Number: F 3,50
Focal length: 18,00 mm
Gain Control: None
Max. Aperture value: F 3,48
Metering mode: Multi-Segment
Saturation: Normal
Scene Capture Type: Portrait
Sensing method: One-chip color area sensor
Sharpness: Soft
White Balance: Auto

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