Edge & Alignment – Photo 101

Day Eighteen: Edge & Alignment – At the “jungle temple” in the Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia, Ta Prohm, centuries-old carvings have fallen victim to time and tree roots. Still, it’s a living site — impossibly-hued moss covers tumbles of stone. Visitors clamber over, under, and behind, seeking hidden crannies.  

In some areas, walls still stand, their intact windows creating frames and portals. The solid, straight edges of the windows are a stark contrast to the waterfall of stones on either side:

Today, show us an edge — a straight line, a narrow ridge, a precipice. Cheers,  Josh R. and the WordPress.com Team

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Peace and Love!

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