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Sunset over Angkor Wat, Cambodia #travel #sirwanderlust #adventure #ttot

Sunset over Angkor Wat, Cambodia #travel #sirwanderlust #adventure #ttot

The gate of Angkor Thom, Cambodia #Travel #Places #Photography

The gate of Angkor Thom, Cambodia #Travel #Places #Photography

Would go back and do this 100 times again. Angkor Wat ... Angkor, Cambodia..♥♥..Love!

Would go back and do this 100 times again. Angkor Wat ... Angkor, Cambodia..♥♥..Love!

Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat, Cambodia  The temple is extraordinary... But what attracts me most and far outshines the temple structure, is this tree and the other vegetation growing in, through, and amongst the temple.

Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat, Cambodia The temple is extraordinary... But what attracts me most and far outshines the temple structure, is this tree and the other vegetation growing in, through, and amongst the temple.

Too many lists, not enough buckets! (Travel bucket list: part 9)

Too many lists, not enough buckets! (Travel bucket list: part 9)

Resultados de la Búsqueda de imágenes de Google de http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/tomb_raider_tree_at_t...

Resultados de la Búsqueda de imágenes de Google de http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/tomb_raider_tree_at_t...

It was Ancient temple ruins that provided the first physical evidence of the Ancient alien theory.   Ruins such as this cave contained drawings and mathmatic equations that were far beyond the abilities of any known civiliation other tham our own. (Setting 2)

Where to see the world's most famous trees

It was Ancient temple ruins that provided the first physical evidence of the Ancient alien theory. Ruins such as this cave contained drawings and mathmatic equations that were far beyond the abilities of any known civiliation other tham our own. (Setting 2)

Koh Ker, Cambodia. Temple in Prasat Pram made of brick is spectacularly clothed in tree roots of the strangler fig. This parasitic tree usually feeds off the tree and eventually kills its host. On this occasion the roots of the fig are both destroyer and scaffolding giving support to the loosened brickwork of the left hand tower.

Koh Ker, Cambodia. Temple in Prasat Pram made of brick is spectacularly clothed in tree roots of the strangler fig. This parasitic tree usually feeds off the tree and eventually kills its host. On this occasion the roots of the fig are both destroyer and scaffolding giving support to the loosened brickwork of the left hand tower.

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