Doors and Doorways: Part 2

I would like to add some doors and doorways from the other side of the world for Sylvia’s Lens Artists Challenge #204 Doors and Doorways.

Tomb of Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi.
Monkey gods near Angkor Cambodia

A floating house on the Mekong river near Phnom Phen

The Palace in Phnom Phen
Buddhist monks at their studies.
Killing fields memorial. This is a memorial to a very dark chapter in Cambodian history. Through this doorway are stacked the skulls of those who were killed during the Pol Pot regime.

I seem to be ending my doors and doorways posts with skulls. But that was not intentional. I love doors and doorways.Thank you Sylvia for this challenge. Finally, just for a change of scene, here is a horse from the carved wall of the main temple at Angkor Wat.

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  1. Rupali says:

    Wonderful set.

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  2. slang3360 says:

    I appreciate the contrast between the humble hearts of a home to the grandest of ornate palaces.

    A felt a shiver while looking into the doors opening to the Killing Fields Memorial.

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    1. anne leueen says:

      The memorial is quite distressing. At least it was for me. Thanks for commenting.

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  3. Amazing set of doors, Anne 😃

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you Jez.

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  4. Great photos Anne. I especially like the Palace in Phnom Phen, the grandeur comes through beautifully.

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you The grandeur of the palace is such a contrast to the floating home!!

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      1. Yes, very much so!

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  5. Paula Light says:

    I dig the monkey-men guards!

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    1. anne leueen says:

      I think they are pretty cool too! Thanks Paula

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