One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 18

February 19, 2011

Day 18 photo: A young teenager working to sort and recycle rubbish According to the World Bank, approximately 2% of the third world’s population sustain themselves from collecting and recycling rubbish. This 15 year old boy carries a load of plastic bottles to be loaded onto a truck. The bottles are often collected by young… View Article

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 16

February 17, 2011

Day 16 photo: Coconut seller polishing his coconuts Coconuts are more dangerous than sharks. Falling coconuts kill 150 people every year which is 10 times the number of people killed by sharks. There are more than 20 billion coconuts produced each year. This means that only 1 in every 133.33 million coconuts are lethal. The… View Article

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly Anthony Rae Photography, Day 11

February 12, 2011

Day 11: Apartment building near Phsar Thmey (Central Market). Taken in the late afternoon. Many apartment buildings in Phnom Penh were built in the 1960’s and look similar to this. They have a similar layout with a living area, kitchen at the back and bathroom with one or two bedrooms in the middle. There is… View Article

One (1) photo a day Cambodia, Kelly and Anthony Rae Photography, Day 7

February 8, 2011

Day 7 photo: Sleeping cyclo driver. “Cambodia’s iconic cyclos are dwindling with decreased demand from residents in the capital, Phnom Penh, but drivers are hoping an increased tourist trade will help them survive. The three-wheeled cyclo, with its bucket seat between the two front wheels for the passengers, and the driver perched high up behind… View Article

Oudong, Phnom Penh Cambodia – Travel Photography

January 3, 2011

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

Water Festival, Phnom Penh, Cambodia 2010

December 3, 2010

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

Monks, Motos and Meat

November 11, 2010

Since I have returned back to Cambodia with a my new camera I’ve been mainly using the 50mm and it’s great. The ability to shoot at high ISO’s (3200 – 6400) for situations where there is not much light has opened up a whole new area. The image quality is also a step up using… View Article

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