The burning incense is on the left third of the picture.
The smoke just floated from the left to the right side of the picture, blurring the background and giving it a sense of motion.
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I am running out of words to describe the temple ruins in Angkor Wat!
Here the temple is more intact and preserved.
From perusal of a recent picture of this part of the temple of Angkor Wat, it appears that the area is now cordoned off.
I will be disappointed if the area is permanently cordoned off and made it accessible.
Luckily, I have taken quite a number of photos which I am happy to share here!
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Yellow foliage with the temple in the background.
We are already missing it. If opportunities arise, we would like to visit it again in Autumn!
This is what I saw when I reached the top of a mountain in South Korea last Autumn.
These mountains have the shape of the ears of a horse and in Chinese, they are called the Horse Ear Mountains.
The exposed slopes was rugged, but the lower half of the picture was covered with a red colored vine.
Where one color / texture transitions into another, there stood Guanyin (of a smoother texture) with a gesture of Peace in her hands.
So, this is my second submission on the theme of Texture.