Part 5: Trees Galore!

Part 1: When You Wake Up at 3 AM for a 6 AM Flight…
Part 2: Only 18 Hours to Go
Part 3: How to See Angkor Wat
Part 4: The Many Faces of Bayon

The temples at Angkor Wat are awesome, but so are the trees. The unruly trees were one of my favorite things — overgrown roots scrambling over buildings and ruins. It is amazing the way nature perseveres undeterred by manmade objects.

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The most famous trees in the Angkor complex are found at Ta Prom — famous for one thing – Angonlina Jolie filmed a scene from Tomb Raiders there. Its famous trees are a photographer’s dream. The gazillions of tourists sneaking into my photos are not…

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7 thoughts on “Part 5: Trees Galore!

  1. […] Part 1: When You Wake Up at 3 AM for a 6 AM Flight… Part 2: Only 18 Hours to Go Part 3: How to See Angkor Wat Part 4: The Many Faces of Bayon Part 5: Trees Galore! […]

  2. […] 2: Only 18 Hours to Go Part 3: How to See Angkor Wat Part 4: The Many Faces of Bayon Part 5: Trees Galore! Part 6: Cambodia’s Floating […]

  3. […] 2: Only 18 Hours to Go Part 3: How to See Angkor Wat Part 4: The Many Faces of Bayon Part 5: Trees Galore! Part 6: Cambodia’s Floating Villages Part 7: View from the […]

  4. […] 2: Only 18 Hours to GoPart 3: How to See Angkor WatPart 4: The Many Faces of BayonPart 5: Trees Galore!Part 6: Cambodia’s Floating VillagesPart 7: View from the TopPart 8: The Children of […]

  5. […] 2: Only 18 Hours to Go Part 3: How to See Angkor Wat Part 4: The Many Faces of Bayon Part 5: Trees Galore! Part 6: Cambodia’s Floating Villages Part 7: View from the Top Part 8: The Children of Cambodia […]

  6. […] 2: Only 18 Hours to GoPart 3: How to See Angkor Wat Part 4: The Many Faces of Bayon Part 5: Trees Galore! Part 6: Cambodia’s Floating VillagesPart 7: View from the Top Part 8: The Children of Cambodia […]

  7. […] 2: Only 18 Hours to GoPart 3: How to See Angkor Wat Part 4: The Many Faces of Bayon Part 5: Trees Galore! Part 6: Cambodia’s Floating Villages Part 7: View from the Top Part 8: The Children of Cambodia […]

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