So I might as well get to work on my Cambodia shots, too, while I'm slogging through this enormous backlog of photos.
The majority of my travel photos are for The Giving Lens, and they've been EVER so patient in waiting for me to process and hand them over. I'd already given them most of my shots from our 2013 trip to Cambodia, but I thought it was time to have a second sweep through them and see what I could see (and this is why I never delete anything I upload to my computer, unless it's obviously blurry or just complete shite. Here it is, 5 years later, and I'm still finding images I'd never even noticed before!)
This shot was taken outside of Angkor Wat, near Siem Reap. I was really hoping to see the "local" monkeys outside the temples for some photo-ops, and I wasn't disappointed. There was a large family of long tailed macaque monkeys at the entrance to one of the temples, and they seemed in no hurry to go anywhere.
Honestly, I could have skipped the temples that day and just spent the day photographing the monkeys, they're that entertaining.
This Mama, to me, looked like every single Mother on the planet (including myself) feels at times; face-palmingly exhausted. I hear ya, Mama.