A photo of Siem Reap’s lotus fields in full bloom and the story behind it.A photo of Siem Reap’s lotus fields in full bloom and the story behind it. It’s lotus season in Cambodia, and here in Siem Reap the … Continue reading →
This photograph was taken by Brazilian expat photographer Bernardo Salce. Here’s the story behind the photo: “I’ve been living in Phnom Penh for two months now and my favorite spot in the morning is still the riverside. As a photographer, I … Continue reading →
Yesterday afternoon I traveled back from Thailand through Poipet and took these photographs of Cambodian workers returning en masse from Thailand. (Here’s the link to the photos I took in Poipet on Sunday). It’s unclear whether or not they have … Continue reading →
Photographs taken this morning in Poipet (on the Cambodian side of the Thailand-Cambodia border) where thousands of Cambodian workers deported from Thailand have gathered, waiting to be returned to their home provinces by the Cambodian government.
Charles Fox is a Cambodia-based British photographer who works for publications around the world. After first moving to Cambodia in late 2005, he moved to the UK where he started collecting photographs of the Cambodian diaspora. He moved back to … Continue reading →
Buying crabs in Kep makes for some great photography opportunities. A visit to the Kep Crab Market, from start to finish.
This isn’t the first time I’ve posted a beautiful photo of Koh Totang, and it’s unlikely to be the last. I’ve spent a lot of time on the islands off of Cambodia’s coast, but Koh Totang was particularly picturesque. Almost entirely … Continue reading →
This photograph was taken by recent arrival and photographer Lucas Veuve. Here’s the story behind the photo: “Like many street in Phnom Penh, a few young men have set up barber chairs near Wat Ounalom, complete with ageing posters of Tom Cruise … Continue reading →