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  1. #16621
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    Tim,

    It is amazing that the ruins survive in the area with the growth. Somedays my head feels like that at work, maybe crop in close on the roots and call it "temple gets a migrain".

  2. #16622
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    I added the vignetting. I wanted an old style b&w type shot. I don't have a colour version on line at this stage.
    Ah, that splains it...
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  3. #16623
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    Trees are amazing. They grow where it seems impossible to grow. They can grow anywhere except where you want to plant them.

    It is said that those trees first came with a bird's droppings. They grew and wedged their roots into the pores and cracks of the temple. They became parts of the temple itself and strengthened the structure for only as long as they are alive. But they died they took the temples with them. Many of those temple are under restoration projects.
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  4. #16624
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    Probably how these "Canyon Survivors" were planted as well.

    Growing in the crook of the rock outcrop, is what I think is about a 60+ foot cedar.

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    And this guy is just amazing. Talk about a lone pine.

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  5. #16625
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    Love the first one.
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  6. #16626
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Probably how these "Canyon Survivors" were planted as well.

    Growing in the crook of the rock outcrop, is what I think is about a 60+ foot cedar.



    And this guy is just amazing. Talk about a lone pine.
    absolutely gorgeous. and speaking of...


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  7. #16627
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    Hey wait! I'm not done with the subject of tree yet...

    Tree destructions... At Ta Prom Temple.
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    I'm sorry Tim, I like the tree pics, but Rooz trumped you this time...

    Nice camera Rooz.
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  9. #16629
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    Shifting gears to a different place...

    Two icons in a single frame. November in Paris can be a little dreary, but still a great city.

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  10. #16630
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    I'm sorry Tim, I like the tree pics, but Rooz trumped you this time...

    Nice camera Rooz.
    Oh well... it's about time he wins once.
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