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Angkor Wat where the natural and man made world merge
Stunning pictures! Really amazing.
Love it! I’ve been wanting to go visit Angkor Wat..nice pictures!
wonderful shots–and timely I will be in Thailand in February. Thanks for the preview of Angkor Wat. Your shots are better than some of the ones in magazines.
Brilliant shots and just perfect for the challenge!
Can’t wait to see these temples in person this Dec!
WOW! HOW AMAZING. Beautiful photos.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Nice series of merging visuals in Angkor Wat.
This awesome! And I can’t think of a more appropriate picture for ‘merge’.
I love these, they are amazing
Amazing – Mother Nature
It never fails to amaze me
She cetainly persists in finding a way to take back what we once claimed.
Wow! Well done! I also have a post for this topic that involves the natural world. Here is is!
Isn’t it funny how timeless these photos are?? I have virtually the same shots from my trip to Cambodia that I posted a few weeks back… love how nature is working to reclaim her due after hundreds and even thousands of years of man’s interference. Great pictures!
Thanks – I see so many pictures of this place but the challenges always make me look at my photographs with a fresh eye.
Truly merged! A great response to the challenge!
Thank you Deepa
WOW! This photo looks awesome and gruesome at the same time. Great photo. Thanks for stopping by my blog and checking my, merge photo.
Thank you Cee
Now that’s a tree root!
Thanks for sharing these amazing photos.
Thank you Allan
Amazing! What came first… the trees or the buildings?
Let’s try again, computer got a little twitchy — Love how the roots flow over the stone and all merge beautifully.
Beautiful shot! Lov
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WOw … this is just so WIRED – wonder how old the tree really are. It’s quite scary … the mother earth is having her revenge on us.
Very old I should imagine Viveka
Yes, I would think so too. Great that something can be older than me. *laughter
Reblogged this on All Things Geography and commented:
The ultimate Earth-human interaction…Angkor Wat Hindu Temple in Cambodia.
So cool!! Great photos!!
An amazing place! Thanks for the photos!
I remember this from Angkor Wat! I have very similar photos , you beat me to it with this challenge!
What an incredible place and a great example of the theme.
Is it my connection or my computer or a mystery of certain posts, but the great first image that arrived in the email notification for this post is not included on this page. It sets the stage for the ones that follow.
No your not going made – I edited the photos when I realised that I’d put myself in one of them
That’s very…. merged
Wow! This is really amazing!
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