Travel Photography Featured photos taken in Cambodia
A typical hut in a Yeak Loam Commune, Ban Lung (Ratanakiri Province), Cambodia. I spent a whole day visiting the Yeak Loam Farm, often giving away used clothes I had brought along. Most of the farmers are of then Tempuan tribe
The floating village of Chong Kneas in the Great Lake is one of the largest, comprising more than 10,000 people of Khmer and Vietnamese families.Of course, with the floating villages growing, the health of the lake is under threat...pollution, effluent discharge...they are harming the lake's ecosystem and health!
You pay US$15 pp for a feryy to take you from Battambang to Siem Reap.The 5 hour ferry ride is heavenly, and as you near Siem Reap, you pass by Chong Kneas, a floating village of more than 10,000 Khmer and Vietnamese families who depend on the Great Lake for their livelihood. Your ferry docks near the village, and villagers wave at you as you look at them.
another view of angkor wat
This fine craftmanship is found in Banteay Srey.
Here is the sun coming up over the main Angkor Wat complex.
Some of the many faces of Angkor Thom.
Preah Khan temple, Siem Reap
The cotton candy clouds are gone. I heard a thunder. Then the soft blow of air became strong wind. Oh I did not notice the time, it 's already twilight zone. I suppose to leave the Mekong River, suddenly I saw fishermen rushly puddling their tiny boat (see the river waves)to the reach the shore as fast as they can. Interesting. Thanks to my telephoto lens. I'm proud to say this photo is unaltered!
THese ruins are from the 9th century. A tree grew threw the building.
Monkeys at Angkor
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