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Angkor Wat, Cambodia (2012) by drewhoshkiw Angkor Wat, Cambodia (2012) by drewhoshkiw
Another look at the Bayon, the great centrepiece of Angkor Thom.
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SuperSnappz Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful ruins, great capture
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MarMicheal Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013
i love going through ruins and wonder what people were doing when they lived there.
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drewhoshkiw Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013
Me too. I'd like to think people back then were really not much different. That may not have had the knowledge or technology, but were every bit as intelligent and spent just as much time talking and thinking about things as we do.
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MarMicheal Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013
yes but their needs were so much more basic,lol never worried about wireless service or connection problems their worlds centered around the 30 miles around where they lived.
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drewhoshkiw Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013
Oh, I think they might have had more things to worry about. We can just go buy things we need, they had to make them...
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MarMicheal Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013
lol their system of buying and selling was much easier then ours. with a whole lot less welfare
food and clothes you learned to make yourself if you didnt have money, you made food, and were taxed heavily,you lived day to day instead of looking for a long retirement.
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