Weekly Photo: Angkor Wat like you’ve never seen before!

Nearly everyone in the world that I know of has seen some sort of photo of the famous 12th century temple complex known as Angkor Wat. The largest religious complex in the world, it is indeed a fascinating place to visit.

But at the same time, it is a place thousands of people visit and photograph.

So, while I was getting to have history-gasms touching the ancient building and exploring, I also decided that I wanted to bring you there as well. In the main complex in Angkor Wat, the second story is where the real fascination lie. On that floor it even seemed like we were on the bottom level, and most tourists couldn’t make it up the stairs which made it much less crowded.

So, to immerse you, I recorded a photo bubble so you can explore the entire surroundings in panoramic glory. Enjoy!

Mobile Users: Move your device around to explore. 
Computer users: Use your cursor to look around.

Weekly Photo Mojo is about stimulating your cortex with retina rupturing and awe-inspiring photos from around the world to help you reach Terminal Vicariosity (The point where the mind reaches maximum capacity from living vicariously through someone else, and chooses to start actually living.)

What feeling does this photo evoke for you?


  1. Derek May 11, 2014 at 2:40 pm

    Cool stuff! Since I didn’t make it to AW last year I’m really hoping to this year. Of course even if I don’t then at least now I’ve still “seen” it 😉 I’m thinking about investing in an iPad and might have to give the bubbli app a go when I do. Always love the photos you create with it, although at the same time I cannot help but laugh at the inevitable quarter of a foot always captured in the bottom hehehe.

    1. JustChuckinIt - Site Author May 13, 2014 at 8:59 am

      Hahaha glad I can amuse you with my weird clubbed feet in them! I still haven’t figured out how to change that. I feel like that is the first thing you look for! Definitely scope out Angkor Wat, even though it’s plastered all over the web, there are moments you find yourself alone in the ruins and really feel it.

  2. Mary @ Green Global Travel July 3, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    Really cool you made a panoramic photo of it! I’ll have to remember to use that app in the future. Thanks for sharing!


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