The thatched hut of an ethnic minority farmer clings to the hillside of a cassava farm. This is Northeast Cambodia as it is today: the wild allure of virgin forrest replaced by a beauty more uniform, more cultivated, more agrarian.
I’ve spent lots of time in the South of Cambodia over the last few weeks. Life is so different down there compared to the rolling hills of Ratanakiri. Endless rice fields and sugar palms as far as the eye can see, big white cows with humps on their shoulders, haystacks, and stately old wooden houses […]
Flanked by arboreal sentries, gnarled guardians of a bygone era, a 1000-year-old staircase at Wat Phou ascend into the mountain to a linga bathed in a freshwater spring. 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 […]