'Going back to my roots'
Note the acro props attempting to prevent the roof from being crushed by the tree.
Dramatic shot! A witness to the wonders of civilization and nature!
11 Mar 2011 7:10am
I didn't comment yesterday how (Stupid phrase) "Organic" the whole scene is-tree/building as one, one entity. Really good shot
11 Mar 2011 7:21am
Your narrative to this delight has reminded me that I once worked with a guy who referred to those supports as Acropolis Props . . too many bargain holidays in Greece, I suppose.
11 Mar 2011 10:32am
Wow impressive !
11 Mar 2011 11:13am
nice image . love this green color .
11 Mar 2011 11:33am
La Nature prend son temps pour mieux étendre ses tentacules ! Impressionnant !
Bonne journée lumineuse et chaleureuse!
11 Mar 2011 11:37am
Unbelievable how strong these roots look here! Beautiful colored shot!
11 Mar 2011 11:41am
What a strangely coloured place it is, very much as someone said yesterday "Indiana Jones territory".
11 Mar 2011 11:54am
Just astounding and magical looking, like a mystery molten mass frozen in time.
11 Mar 2011 2:54pm
A fine capture of this rugged looking place. I'm glad you pointed out the protection needed for the roof.
11 Mar 2011 3:37pm
Superb composition and great tones of the rock . Very impressiv to see the nature going back !
11 Mar 2011 5:01pm
Really amazing to see
11 Mar 2011 6:00pm
The verdigris green color is amazing patination, natures way of giving extreme beauty
to age. Thank goodness they leave this patination on an object and probably realize its
potential to bring them in to see the sites. This is really amazing, a beautiful composition
and gorgeous photo.
11 Mar 2011 6:09pm
Those roots are amazing! Is that a banyon tree?
11 Mar 2011 6:12pm
@Elaine Hancock: Fig Family I think
I can't compete with this one, this is positively monstrous. Regarding the support jacks, is there any reason why they just don't remove the tree....? Awesome shot.
11 Mar 2011 7:44pm
@Michael: I'm sure they will in time, but it will require rebuilding and there are so many temples here, all of them needing preservation work to some degree. Lots of inernational projects going on with different countries taking on responsibility for each temple.
Very nice shot !!!
12 Mar 2011 4:54am
Those are some fantastic colors!
13 Mar 2011 2:33am
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