The ancient temple of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. It was not planned to visit during Sunrise, however, my globetrotter friend called me up from USA and advised me not to miss the sunrise. I reached the temple as early as 4 am, and it was pitch dark. As the time progresses, the feast of color began at the backdrop of temple with a lovely reflection of temple in the water in front. So amazing it was!
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | November 20
Award Score: 66 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 18, Style 13, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Sunrise and Sunset Photography
Photograph Location: Angkor Temple | Cambodia
Photographer: Sanjoy Sengupta (Muscat, Oman) Registered
Starting from a hotshot point and shoot camera in late 80s to a Nikon FM10 film camera in late 90s, Sanjoy Sengupta used to get 32 out of 36 exposure wrong to a day of digital cameras like canon Powershot A520 and a decent hybrid version canon SX20IS, which were with him wherever he went to capture some beautiful moments, moments of life which would be cherished forever. Then when he finally could not resist the alluring pricy Nikon DSLR, his actual learning started from that moment.