Angkor - Ta Prohm IV

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Globesurfer on September 5, 2007

This photo is selected for the Panoramio Elections 2007!

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Jose Hinojosa on September 5, 2007

Very impresive!!!

Reynald.d.Chatillon on September 8, 2007

Outstanding

Antonio Romi on September 8, 2007

Veramente emozionante!

Redi Pérez on September 19, 2007

Beautiful photos, landscapes of a great beauty. That incredibly beautiful tree. Kisses

Dror Ben David on October 18, 2007

Very good shot. Intresting combination of "wide angel", lighting conditions setup and framing. Masterpiece!

Carl Parker on October 18, 2007

This shot is very nice. This banyon tree has to be one of the most photographed trees in the world. You got a great angle and perspective on it which I totally overlooked when I was there.

Looks like it was a sunny/partly cloudy day and metering for the building itself would have overblown the foreground rocks in color, but the switch to B/W works very well.

Cheers on a great collection!

C

@mabut on November 22, 2007

Great photo Zerega, as many of yours ! Ciao marco

Julia Wallander on November 23, 2007

I look at these photos from Cambodia and I can't believe of my eyes. Absolutely fantastic sight! Nature prevails over the handiwork of human...

Carl Parker on November 24, 2007

Julia,

Although it may not seem like it sometimes, I think what you said will thankfully always be true.

Mark Highton Ridley on January 14, 2008

Very beautiful, Zerega. A dynamic composition that takes my breath away. I love how you've carefully chosen a position where the shot is framed by overhead branches in the right shape to show the crown of the subject tree.

I also like how the tree seems to be half stepping, half pouring over the ancient and derelict buildings. Nature treating mankind's achievements like the momentary breath in the wind that they are. There's almost a Zen-like question being asked by this shot.

Thanks for sharing this masterpiece of mono :)

LouisSaint on April 8, 2008

Wonderful, moody photo. Thanks for sharing your images. -LouisSaint.

W@Z on May 10, 2008

Stunning shot, well done

Ed. Rodríguez Prati on May 11, 2008

Awsome view! the strength of nature

church on August 3, 2008

wonderful color tone.

HaXoN on August 20, 2008

great shot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

G. Ákos on September 22, 2008

Wow, you are lucky if you saw this place. Amazing.

Greetings from Hungary, Ákos

More photo: Diesel__Pictures

Наталья Антипова on October 21, 2008

Жеееесть....!

Morkovica on November 28, 2008

The picture is so unrealistic.Amazing!I have the feeling that the tree is moving and it is its fault for the damaged building.

Guia Arquitectura on December 20, 2008

Great!

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Photo taken in Sangkat Nokor Thum, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

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