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Cambodia - Angkor Ta Prohm sent on October 26, 2013 (14:32) by Andros55. 4 comments, 944 views.

1/125 f/3.5, ISO 80, hand held.

Cambodia - Angkor Pochi semini portati dal vento hanno creato queste piante spugnose come sughero che nel corso di secoli di abbandono si sono fuse con i templi fino a stritolarli. E' questa è la particolarità di Angkor, uno dei più vasti siti religiosi al mondo situato a Siem Reap, in Cambodia. Il Ta Prohm, secondo me, è il tempio più carino.

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sent on October 26, 2013 (16:40)

Great to have a photo with no tourists around. John...

sent on October 26, 2013 (18:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

It 'a photo taken in 2005 before there costruissero platforms in front, in the brief pause between a group of tourists and the other quickly and inviting the seller of pineapple close to stand in front of them to model. Today it is unthinkable to repeat it ;-) Andrea

sent on January 06, 2016 (21:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

If this is the nicest temple I dare not think about the conditions of the other :-( Great shot, great document ... ;-)

sent on January 07, 2016 (0:24) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I thank you of appreciation Marco :-) The Ta Prohm is a group of temples, only a small part of the archaeological site of Angkor. I like that more because here the roots of sponge tree (sponge) which is part of the kapok, are more numerous and spectacular dimensions. Other temples are in good condition because they were crushed like snakes from this plant. Moss, however, is present everywhere and because Angkor remained for centuries in the jungle, and because the temples and the plants being together will provide shade.

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