Tomáš Moučka

Tomáš Moučka

Tomáš Moučka
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Buddhist temple located in fishing village on outskirts of  Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Buddhist temple located in fishing village on outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The Killing Fields, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The Killing Fields, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Night Market in Phnom Penh, Cambodia~~We should have night markets in the U.S.

Night Market in Phnom Penh, Cambodia~~We should have night markets in the U.S.

Une des tours à visage du temple bouddhique du Bayon, Angkor Thom (province du Siem Reap), fin du XIIe- début du XIIIe siècle.

Une des tours à visage du temple bouddhique du Bayon, Angkor Thom (province du Siem Reap), fin du XIIe- début du XIIIe siècle.

cambodja, 2013  floating village.

cambodja, 2013 floating village.

Cambodia #Expo2015 #Milan #WorldsFair

Cambodia #Expo2015 #Milan #WorldsFair

Ta Prohm - Angkor, Cambodia

Ta Prohm - Angkor, Cambodia

It is incredible what people were capable of building and valued architecturally in the past. Cambodia - angkor wat temple

It is incredible what people were capable of building and valued architecturally in the past. Cambodia - angkor wat temple

South entrance to Angkor Thom, #Cambodia... I wonder what it's like to go there and feel the spirituality of this place

South entrance to Angkor Thom, #Cambodia... I wonder what it's like to go there and feel the spirituality of this place

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.

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.