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Forgotten World Angkor Wat



Inspiration for this little project came from an image of Yuri Shwedoff. Of course many different wallpaper sizes are available for download again. Other images with a different core element and mood are going to follow.

Wallpaper (widescreen and normal sizes) available here:…

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:star::star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

"On his way to Iberia, the Knight recalls his arrival at some strange ruins in a nation far removed from his destination. Called "Cambodia" prior to the Great Destruction, this desolate place is now named "the land of Khmer" in remembrance of the most renowned among the many rulers the region had over millennia. As the Knight beholds his destination over the horizon, he remembers the awe and fascination that betook him when his steed reached the threshold of a palace temple once called "Angkor Wat." Although this Capital Temple contained no powerful enemies to combat nor notable artifacts to rescue, it provided valuable clues and insight into the Enemy the Knight has vowed to vanquish lest Gaia become devastated beyond all hope of healing..."

Top notch job, as usual. I'm beginning to detect a pattern in your recent pictures: save for obvious differences, all of them look the same. Not that it's a bad thing: that's why I find them so intriguing. I can't even begin to speculate about what waits inside these temple walls. Wonderful job, as usual.