There's a new negative and slide scanner in the house, purchased with the intent of sharing part of the treasury of Kodachrome slides taken by my grandfather. I may end up sharing select images from 1950s and 1960s rural Australia but first, I tried scanning some of my own photos.
When I went to Southeast Asia in 2007, I brought three cameras. I shot one roll of expired black and white film at Angkor Wat. Since my other two cameras were basic point-and-shoots, the film photos captured the texture of the ancient structures best. The negative scans I posted here are not as sharp as the large prints I had made, so I may need to make a second attempt at scanning at an even higher resolution.
How often do you look over your photos from your travels? I look over mine all the time, to be honest.
Ta Prohm central sanctuary (more photos here)
Carved pillars and false doorway at Banteay Srei
Carved relief, probably from the Angkor Wat complex itself.