Photographer's Note

Picture taken, close to the end of the day, along lake Nasser on the New Seboua site. This is one of the sites, together with Abou Simbel or New Amada where egyptian temples were moved before the finalization of the great Aswan dam. On the upper left is the Maharraqa temple, the smallest temple of the site, that was build at the time Egypt was ruled by Rome.
The New Seboua site is very impressive, especially at this time of the day, with the orange earth and blue waters of lake Nasser.
The picture is taken from the location of the Dakka temple, the two people walking are the guardians of this last temple who had just closed for visits.

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Additional Photos by Michel Recan (michel_r) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 189 W: 17 N: 99] (1118)
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