For those who have visited Angkor Thom in Angkor Archaeological Park know that in front of the South Gate of Angkor Thom we will pass a stone bridge with a row of the Devas (Gods) on left side and a row of the Asuras (Demons) on the right side, representing the Hinduism’s story of Churning of the Ocean of Milk.
While the Churning of the Ocean of Milk involved the Gods and Demons, also in our current life. In our daily life, we face an everlasting fight between the good and evil, the light and the dark, the giving and taking, the likes and dislike and so on. The life becomes so beautiful and unique for each person which is coming from a mixture of those different sides.
And about the above photo, it was taken during sunset in Angkor which was representing the change from daylight to night and gave the situation of light and dark. And of course, a Deva’s face in silhouette who sees the everlasting process in silence.
I hope it will meet the criteria of the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with Face as this week’s topic.