WPC: Careful

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Taken in Bayon Temple in Cambodia. There were so many of these stones that were stacked in even (or was it odd) numbers so carefully on each other it was amazing how they were standing at all. Apparently, it is based on some local belief.


This was taken in Bali, where we had been to Uluwatu to watch the Kechak Dance. This actor playing the character of Hanuman (from Ramayana) had to play the part where he sets fire to Srilanka. It was done very carefully, that even the closest audience do not get any burns even when the actor has to throw those burning stuff everywhere. See the guy with a broom at the back ? Many such co-actors (or rather singers infact) had to immediately step in and clear the burning embers away from the audience.



  1. Tom Schultz · October 23, 2015

    Two beautiful compositions, the one for soft focus, the other for light. Marvelous!

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    • KG · October 23, 2015

      Thank you Tom 🙂


  2. sustainabilitea · October 23, 2015

    Two excellent choices. I like the way you focused that first one. We used to live near a place with a wall made of stacked stone…but just stacked, no mortar or anything. Amazing!


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    • KG · October 23, 2015

      Thank you Janet. 🙂 I always wondered how these stacked stones even hold for a longer period of time.


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