Street Photography

Granny and granddaughter

A village photowalk

Note: This is a blog which I originally wrote for our company blog, at You can access the original article here. The open-air market is teeming with early-morning life. It’s a photographer’s paradise—vibrant colors, morning light and shadow, exotic foodstuffs, interesting people, as far as the eye can see. Fish swim circles in metal tubs, […]

Phnom Penh

Ship Captain…. តាសក់ស្កូវ

I’m sure he’s not a ship’s captain, I just thought he looked like one. This is actually an older post from my Flickr page, but I like how the image turned out, and felt like posting it again… He reminded me of what a seafaring man, or a ships captain, would look like, with his […]

Carving a pineapple, Cambodia style

Pineapple that doesn’t hurt your mouth…. ម្នស់

Cambodia has amazing pineapple, somehow perfectly grown and formulated to not hurt your mouth. And it’s always so artfully cut… And most fruit grown in country is organic; most of it isn’t certified (yet), but I’m sure someday it will be (someone needs to start an organic certification NGO). Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Please feel free […]

A pretty young girl in Phnom Penh, Cambodge

Curious? ស្រ្តី ក្មេង មួយ នៅ ភ្នំ ពេញ

This little Cambodian girl eyed my wife and me impassively from her rickshaw—calm, serene, almost smiling…. we smiled, but she seemed shy. Please feel free to share my images—they are meant to be seen! Use them for your non-profit, on your blog, for fun and the like, but please link to and give credit […]

View from a Tuk Tuk at a traffic light; Phnom Penh

Traffic Light Community

In Cambodia, waiting for a light to turn green is a social gathering. People jocky for position, inching forward to occupy every possible centimeter of the coveted real estate towards the front of the pack. The scooters weave their way forward, snaking between the less maneuverable cars and tuk-tuks. Those making a right turn just […]

moto taxi driver on monivong ave, phnom penh

Streets of Phnom Penh

Moto-Taxi driver in Phnom Penh. His old green Honda Super Cub is probably from the Seventies. For $0.80, one can get nearly anywhere in Phnom Penh on the back of one of these, and can also be reminded of how good it is to be alive when you nearly get run over by a Lexus. […]

An old widow begging for food and money in Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia

Blessing & Begging

This kind old yeay (grandma) smiled at Emily and me when we gave her a few thousand riels, and said “May you have many, many grandchildren.” I guess time will tell if she’s right…… So I have a short guest post on the travel blog Bucket List Publications; it’s a blog aimed at helping people […]

An expat in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, riding a German Zundapp Bella scooter.

Expat on a Vespa; International Phnom Penh — ភ្នំពេញ ជា ទី ក្រុង អន្ដរជាតិ

An expat in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I think she’s riding a Vespa Bella scooter. Phnom Penh is such an international city. Please share my images—they are meant to be seen! Use them for your non-profit, on your blog, for fun and the like, but you must link to and give credit to Ethan Crowley. […]