One day, I booked a temple tour with our friend and Angkor Tour Guide Ratanak Eath – and what shall I say: We visited 16 (!) Angkor Temple in one day :-)  The most particular one is not a temple photo, but a Lotus flower. It was raining this morning and with Banteay Srei we passed our first temple early in the morning. On the way out there was a Lotus Flower – all alone on the whole meadow.  Ratanak knows me, that I am always looking for special things in the nature and without saying something he started to take photos of this special Lotus flower. He did not notice me, taking photos of him as well :) And guess what? It is Ratanak´s Birthday today.  Happy Birthday to you, dear Ratanak!! See you soon again for our next tour :)

Ratanak Eath - Angkor Tourguide - takes a Lotus flower photo
Ratanak Eath - Angkor Tourguide - takes a Lotus flower photo
Ratanak Eath - Angkor Tourguide - takes a Lotus flower photo
Ratanak Eath - Angkor Tour Guide

And last but not least – here is the beautiful result:

Lotus Flower at Banteay Srei Temple - Angkor,Cambodia

Thank you Ratanak for this amazing shot!

If you guys wanna book Ratanak Eath too, feel free to read his excellent  recommendations on tripadvisor :-)

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