YinofYang
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Photographer: La Mo Source: [http://www.fotoblur.com/people/lamo]
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@ldott25 Thank you so much for commenting. (^_^) Yes, my wanderlust has grown to great proportions seeing pictures like these. You're very welcome, glad you like.
@cheerfulcallie and @YinofYang - I couldn't agree with you both more. What a very beautiful pic of the greatness life has to offer! And yes, very shocking this is in Cambodia...definitely want to visit now. Thx for sharing!
I can't believe this is in Cambodia. Wow, I really want to go visit now.
this has got to be one of my fav pics so far.....very captivating, clipping!!!
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