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Ta Prohm

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Tree roots snaking through ancient masonry of towers in Ta Prohm. Tree sits atop the wall of enclosure II around the central sanctuary of Ta Prohm. A bright red small pink padlock among the buttress roots of a large tree in the laterite wall around Ta Prohm. Tree buttresses totally engulfing a section of the outer wall of Ta Prohm. Naga headed balustrade termination at the western entrance to Ta Prohm. A large tree consumes part of the surrounding wall of Ta Prohm. Tree has made its home on the roof of the gallery of enclosure II of Ta Prohm. Looking in towards the collapsed central sanctuary of Ta Prohm from the west. Tree growing wholly on the roof of an entrance gallery at Ta Prohm. Sun rise at Ta Prohm, from the western side looking at the entrance towers of enclosure III. An inner tower of Ta Prohm in relatively good condition. View towards the west through the outer wall at the western entrance of Ta Prohm. Looking out from the central sanctuary to the rubble blocked eastern entrance of Ta Prohm. Trees engulfing the outer laterite wall at Ta Prohm, the sign identifies one tree as diospyros decandra, an ebony. A tree snakes its way up and over entrances and galleries at Ta Prohm. Like a boa constrictor, a root of a tree claiming Ta Prohm. Gripping on, the roots of a tree taking over Ta Prohm. Restoration works in progress, at least to stop further damage at Ta Prohm. Over 800 years old and looking good even after take-over by jungle, western entrance door with bas reliefs at Ta Prohm. Galleries, entrances, towers and trees of the central sanctuary at Ta Prohm. Towers in the central sanctuary at Ta Prohm. Entrance to the north wing of the western gallery side of enclosure III. Details of a tower base with bas relief and balustered windows. Root support.  Tree growing on top of the temple gallery. One of the inner towers, over 800 years on. It is a fairly large spider who lives inside the gap between the laterite masonry. Naga head stone carving, saved for reestablishment. Bas relief or stone carving, in a niche on a gallery wall. Door lintel with bas relief carvings; rescued and set aside with other carvings. It is amazing to see this ancient structure still standing supporting huge trees.

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