Well you can certainly spend your honeymoon here because you can hire this place out for a holiday , my husband and myself rented it for 5 days 2 years ago ,just the 2 of us in such a big building was very scary ..)0(..
Another wonderful shot and, again, the sepia adds a sense of the ancient to what is already ancient. I imagine that sheep were also grazing in the field in front of the temple when it was new. But even the tree is a work of art--it reminds me of some wind-sculptured trees I see from time to time near a large inland sea here in Canada (like Lake Superior), or in a painting by one of the Group of Seven. I think I might have taken another shot closer, with the temple filling the frame and this amazing tree in the frame as well. But I would always defer to your artistic judgdment over my own, Estruda.