Swallowing the Ruins
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Item #: 12184580649A
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14" x 22" without border
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As soon as I walked into Ta Prohm, the thunder started rumbling around and dappled clouds rolled in. The thunder was extra eerie and chest-thumping inside all the mossy and vegetated old tombs. The rain started and stopped several times, so I would take refuge in crumbling crypts and hallways until the rain let up. I took some wrong turns, but I eventually ended up here with a break in the storm. I popped out with the 10 mm get this shot. The temple was built in 1181 AD and was the home to 18 high priests, 615 dancers, and 12,500 people. I don't know why the dancer stats are so important, but there you go.
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I ordered this on the canvas, and it turned out well. The finished product was slightly more out of focus than I expected. Online, the image looks a little sharper. Even though I measured, it is MUCH smaller than I expected it to be. I think it was very overpriced for the size. I looked into returning it, but the shipment fee was too high for that to be worth it.
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