Welcome to my “Travel Photo Tuesday” series. Its a place for me to share my favorite travel photographs – and feature some of your best shots – from Instagram each week that have been tagged with @maketimetoseetheworld.
If you have ever checked out my Instagram feed you will have noticed that I absolutely love travel photos. I have hundreds to share from years of traveling but I also see so many beautiful photographs from my followers which inspire wanderlust and showcase destinations I could only dream of.
I’ve decided to share my favorites with you as a feature here on the blog & across all social media platforms each Tuesday in the hope of inspiring you all to maketimetoseetheworld.
Want to get involved? Check out the instructions below.
Travel Photo Tuesday (Ep.2)
This week’s photo was taken whilst in the Angkor Complex just outside Siem Reap in Cambodia. The official name of the temple is Rajavihara and was built in the Bayon style in the late 12 and early 13th century. Today is it known as Ta Prohm – or (one of) the trees from tomb raider!
The Angkor complex is absolutely amazing. You could spend days and days, rolls of film/battery packs or sim cards – whatever your preference – and still never properly capture the natural beauty of nature reclaiming its territory in the abandoned Khmer empire complex. Quite rightly a UNESCO heritage site – it still astonishes me that it isn’t one of the 7 wonders. If you make one trip if your life – make it a trip to Angkor.
Want to get Involved?
Do you have an amazing travel photo that can transport you right back to the moment you took it – and take everyone else along for the ride? Follow the instructions below and you can be featured on maketimetoseetheworld:
- Follow my Instagram Account and tag your *best* travel photos with @maketimetoseetheworld and hashtag #travelphototuesday
- Each Tuesday I will pick my favorite (from your pics and mine) to feature here on the blog and promote across social media complete with details of your blog/twitter/instagram accounts
- Grow your followers by spreading the wanderlust through beautiful photographs and inspiring everyone to maketimetoseetheworld.
Happy Travels 🙂