Ta Prohm: The rhythms of rubble

The last temple we visited at the Angkor Wat complex was Ta Prohm, which has been kept in a semi-natural state to show how the temples looked before they were rehabilitated.

The rhythms of rubble compete with, and sometimes seem to complete, the rhythms of order and beauty.

And roots add their own architecture to carved rock.

Author: Trish Anderton

I am a nonprofit communicator, Red Sox fan and amateur streetfoodologist. Once upon a time I worked for the Jakarta Globe & Jakarta Post.

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