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Tree Temple of Ta Prohm, Archeology, Cambodia

Tree Temple of Ta Prohm, Archeology, Cambodia

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Fine Art Image of the Tree Temple of Ta Prohm, taken in northern Cambodia.

One of the most popular temples in Cambodia's Angkor Wat complex, Ta Prohm, with its half-tumbled buildings entwined with Strangler Figs (known as Banyan) tree roots, has the romantic appeal of, say, Piranesi ruin: partly overgrown and gently declining. The trees that have grown intertwined among the ruins are especially responsible for Ta Prohm's atmosphere, and have prompted more writers to descriptive excess than any other feature of Angkor.

High quality print available in 8" x 12" OR 12" x 18" on Lustre OR Matte black & white paper.
Frame NOT included - only for display purposes.

My original photographs are printed in a professional photography lab. You have the choice of :

• Lustre silver halide professional paper. It has a silver gelatin-based emulsion with an added coating for better reproduction. It provides exceptionally pure, brilliant whites. Its lustre surface means worry-free manipulation and excellent image durability.


• Hahnemühle cold pressed "NATURAL" Matte 340 gsm paper (100 % cotton, white, acid free, long conservation time, museum quality paper). The paper and the inks are archive quality. According to the manufacturer, the lifespan of a photo is more than 150 years.

The photograph is hand signed on the back. Ready to frame, this art work will make a wonderful addition to your home or office.

Please note that shipping delays can occur due to customs. Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply.

* Artwork may not be reproduced or resold without the express permission of the artist.
* Copyright Marie-Eve Painchaud

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