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This photo is re-posted in response to kmdunlap's critique, mainly that it looked flat, i.e, no sense of 3 dimensions although the two faces were in reality a few meters apart:
The face at the background has been darkened and blurred, while the face in the foreground untouched to increase depth sensation.
I hope it's better this way.

Some background on the location:
The Bayon is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia. It was built in the 13th century as the state temple of king Jayavarman VII, and stands at the centre of his capital, Angkor Thom. Its most distinctive feature is the multitude of smiling faces on the towers which rise up to its central peak.

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