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Koh Ker, Cambodia. Temple in Prasat Pram made of brick is spectacularly clothed in tree roots of the strangler fig. This parasitic tree usually feeds off the tree and eventually kills its host. On this occasion the roots of the fig are both destroyer and scaffolding giving support to the loosened brickwork of the left hand tower.

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Angkor Wat (អង្គរវត្ត) (អង្គរវត្ត)

Buddhist monk meditates under a tree in Ta Phrom Temple. Angkor Wat, Cambodia www.liberatingdivineconsciousness.com

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Trunk and Roots of a Tree in Domain Park, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Trunk and Roots of a Tree in Domain Park, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific Photographic Print by Jeremy Bright at Art.com