Ta Prohm

November 2nd, 2012 at 12:00 pm by David Farrar

This is the path into Ta Prohm. It is different to most of the other temples, in that it is still surrounded by jungle.

The entrance to Ta Prohm. It is the temple where Lara Croft’s Tomb Raider was filmed.

The incredible power of nature. Over 900 years this tree has forced it roots through huge solid stone walls.

If you were designing an ancient temple ruins set for a movie, this is what you’d design. It’s absolutely spectacular the blend of jungle and temple. If I wasn’t there in person, I’d think it was photoshopped. A must see.

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4 Responses to “Ta Prohm”

  1. labrator (1,742 comments) says:

    Must read all text…

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  2. TheContrarian (1,073 comments) says:

    When I was here I found the glyph that Creationists say is a stegosaurus therefore showing dino’s lived with man.
    Check it, it is in the inner heart of the complex:
    http://www.bibleandscience.com/images/tracks-cambodia-stegasarus.jpg

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  3. RRM (9,414 comments) says:

    And if you looked at Lara Croft’s bust, you’d think that was photoshopped as well…

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  4. TheContrarian (1,073 comments) says:

    It isn’t a photoshopped image.

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