Did you think I'd forgotten?
The bottom two Neak Ta are slightly different. The top one is a Neak Ta containing ancient and revered stones and the heads from broken statues at Wat Prei Puoch. The powerful Neak Ta spirits are located where the locals believe their powers and energy force will do most good. The shrines or huts of Neak Ta literally contain anything, natural or man-made - the objects representing the land, water and spirit elements. The bottom Neak Ta is of a wise gentleman and the shrine also houses some ancient stones and a seima stone from the pagoda itself. The pagoda of Wat Khpop is an old brick-built and wooden construction next to a river, which is being replaced by a modern vihara about half a kilometre away.
Whilst I'm posting, I just wanted to say a big thank you for the messages of support I've received since I broke the news that my original blog had been stolen. I'm quite overwhelmed by the show of support for my blog, and its nice to know that it's being read on a regular basis by a wide range of people.