December 2, 2010

The Temple

I am truly blessed to have such a diverse group of friends. As a marathon runner, I often boast about my running friends who have run faster times than I, run in more exotic places or achieved levels of notoriety I can only imagine for myself. The same is true with my photography friends.

Through the wonders of social media I’ve met gifted photographers from all over the globe and frequently boast about their work. I’m in awe of the locations they shoot and the incredible images they produce. I’m grateful to be connected to such gifted people.

Still, I tend to get jealous.

I hope someday to visit and shoot places like the temples at Angkor Wat, as my friend Jacob Lucas did, but it probably won’t be any time soon. Until then, I’ll have to settle for an abandoned temple themed miniature golf course in Salisbury Massachusetts.

Take that, Jacob.

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  1. What’s the problem, Bob? I bet there are a lot fewer bugs and snakes in Massachusetts and the humidity is bound to be a lot more pleasant πŸ™‚ Congratulations on making the best of what you have available!

  2. You could have said that archeologists had just reclaimed this from the jungles of the Yucatan penninsula and I might have bought it. Good job. Thanks for stopping to explore.