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/
Eight images from around the Orussei Market in Black and White. All shot with a Nikon D700 & 50mm f1.4 lens combo:
40kms north of Phnom Penh is a town called Oudong. During 1618 to 1866, Oudong was the capital of Cambodia until it was abandoned by King Norodom who moved the capital to Phnom Penh. It was heavily bombed by Americans during the Vietnam War and a site of intense fighting in 1977 between Khmer Rouge… View Article
The Cambodia Water Festival or ‘Bon Om Tuk’ in Khmer is the largest festival in the Cambodian calendar. The 3-day Water Festival in Phnom Penh celebrates the end of the rainy season and coincides with the flow of the Tonle Sap river changing direction. The highlight of the Water Festival are the boat races, where… View Article
Here are some street photography shots from the city of Hanoi. We were there when they were celebrating the 1,000th year anniversary of the city. It was a fun time to visit, but very very crowded !
On our very brief visit to Vietnam we visited Sapa located in the northwest. We took the overnight train from Hanoi (approx 9 hours) there and back. We spent the day exploring the town of Sapa and walking to the nearby village of Cat Cat. Here are some pictures and interesting information regarding the area… View Article