MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.

MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.





Create an account


Votes

In my lightboxes:

Banteay Meanchey Cambodia
Photo By Andy Kim

  • Title: Banteay Meanchey Cambodia
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Cambodia
  • Description: The Ang Trapaing Thmor Crane Sanctuary is a protected area of Cambodia on the site of a large Khmer Rouge irrigation project built during the 1970s. The sanctuary was gazetted on 1 January 1999 and covers an area of 10,250 hectares. The reserve was set aside to protect the rare Eastern Sarus Crane (Grus antigone sharpii). Prior to the discovery of the crane at Trapaing Thmor, there were thought to be fewer than 1,000 of the birds left alive in the world.
  • Gear: Nikon D700 24-70mm
This Photo Has Been Viewed 115 times
  • Edit Image Details

0 Comments

You have been blocked from submitting comments.

Add Comment

 

Click here to view our Interactive Gallery Terms & Conditions.

Most Recent Gallery Comments

  • Re: Autumn's Canvas

    Re: Autumn's Canvas

    Posted on Friday 19 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Beautiful image Larry. Can never seem to get enough of the Fall Season! The bridge in the background caught my eye~ Very Nice!

  • Re: Bright Butte

    Re: Bright Butte

    Posted on Friday 19 December, 2014 by Laura Zirino.

    Gorgeous light, what beautiful conditions you had.

  • Re: Mt. Hood Sunset

    Re: Mt. Hood Sunset

    Posted on Thursday 18 December, 2014 by Brian Leonard.

    Exceptional image!

  • Re: Mt. Hood Sunset

    Re: Mt. Hood Sunset

    Posted on Wednesday 17 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Beautiful Image! The colors and "feel" are wonderful!

  • Re: Evening Arch

    Re: Evening Arch

    Posted on Monday 15 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Very nice set of "Arches" Stephen. Wasn't sure, but thought someone said one of the famous landmarks fell? Really enjoyed the "Double Windows" when there!