I clearly remember all the details of spending that last night with you in the hospital.
I watched you suffered
as you moaned in pain.
I hold your hand endlessly, trying to ease your pain.
I asked for medical attention
All I could do was to sit close by, praying for you.
In the morning, you went away and we have to part.
God finally eased your pain
but broke my heart.
The placid and serene lakes there are known for their mirror like reflection. The water is so clear that you can see the bottom of the lakes.
The water is so blue as it has no living plants in there; trees fallen over in the lake are progressively calcified.
Perhaps, the area will never recover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The last two photos are from the news agencies to which credit is due.
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Here are two photos – one showing depth in the vertical direction while the second one shows it in the horizontal direction.
The first one was taken inside the temple , looking upwards to the sky.
The second one shows a series of doorways leading from one chamber to another.
Please enjoy 🙂
How closely have we ever looked at walls?
This is part of a wall at Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Undoubtedly, the blocks forming the wall have a rough texture.
More than that, it is astonishing to see that the blocks have half joints – not only on one end, but on both ends.
This means the workers had to accurately carve out the joints so that they perfectly fit the ones on the left and the right. That’s astonishing!
The tree roots have a smoother texture.
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