Favorite Photo Friday-Ta Prohm Temple, Cambodia

by wired2theworld on May 28, 2010

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Today’s featured photo was taken during my trip to Cambodia in 2007

Once you have this photo full size on the screen it’s almost as if you can step into it. Imagine yourself walking through the jungle. Feel the heat and the humidity. Birds screeching and bugs buzzing. Then you see this, the entrance to the Ta Prohm temple. Most, if not all, of the temples in Cambodia have been destroyed by time, the jungle, war, and poachers. Many have been put back together much like stacking a jumble of children’s building blocks.

If you like the photo, you can click on one of the links below and save it to use as screensaver or desktop wallpaper. Each photo is slightly different depending on the dimensions.

Save as 1024×768 (typical 10″ netbook resolution)
Save as 1280×1040 (typical standard screen resolution)
Save as 1940×1200 (typical wide-screen resolution)

Let me know what you think or if there are any specific photos you’d like me to feature in the future.

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1 Myra May 28, 2010 at 7:01 am

I feel transported to another time. Lovely way to start a Friday morning. Beautiful!

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