One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 28

March 1, 2011

Day 28 photo (final image): The final image for this series. Captured the other night, it shows people dumping rubbish in a pile on the street for it to be sorted, collected and then taken away by rubbish collectors. Anything useful or that can be resold such as cardboard or recyclable material is separated to… View Article

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 25

February 26, 2011

Day 25 photo: Waiting for the lights to turn green at a busy intersection in Phnom Penh. Traffic is mainly moto’s (50cc – 125cc scooters). Often companies will hand out leaflets at the lights and surprisingly everyone will accept the leaflet and read it as opposed to in Australia where we often dismiss people handing… View Article

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 23

February 24, 2011

Day 23 photo: Something different for today: Flowers in Phnom Penh – Chrysanthemums. The name Chrysanthemum is derived from the Greek, chrysos (gold) and anthos (flower). Photo info: D700, 50mm, f1.6, 1/4000, ISO200 The rest of the one photo a day series can be found here: http://www.kellyanthony.com/our-blog/category/a-photo-a-day/

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 22

February 23, 2011

Day 22 Photo: Khmer woman working and laughing, probably wondering why some foreigner is taking her photo. Photo info: D700, 200mm, f4, 1/500, ISO1000 The rest of the one photo a day series can be found here: http://www.kellyanthony.com/our-blog/category/a-photo-a-day/

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 19

February 20, 2011

Day 19 photo: Communities of Cambodian families live along the train tracks of Phnom Penh in little shacks. This photo is of a young Cambodian who stands in front of a rubbish collecting cart. The rest of the one photo a day series can be found here: http://www.kellyanthony.com/our-blog/category/a-photo-a-day/

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 17

February 18, 2011

Day 17 photo: Limes and oranges for sugar cane drinks You can find sugar cane juice from little street carts all over Cambodia (and other countries). It’s basically crushed sugar cane to extract the juice, sometimes they will add in limes and other flavours. Then they pour the juice into a small plastic bag with… View Article

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