The ruins of Ta Prohm, slowly being destroyed by fig trees

The ruins of Ta Prohm, slowly being destroyed by fig trees in Siem Reap, Cambodia
The ruins of Ta Prohm, slowly being destroyed by fig trees.
Photo by Bill Pfeffer.
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Bill Pfeffer
Bill Pfeffer was born and raised in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, along the shores of Lake Michigan. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Economics he moved to California. He is a plein-air oil painter of landscapes and seascapes, preferring to paint on location under the pressure of changing light and weather, so as not to deliberate so much over each and every stroke of paint. He has painted every beach scene along the Sonoma coast, his favorite location for spending the day. He and his wife Marge enjoy traveling around the world.