Cambodia: Daily Life

Unfortunately, I didn’t get as much time as I would have liked to get shots of daily life as street photography during my time in Cambodia. I did get some shots through which I tried to give an idea of the dusty streets, crazy traffic, and general culture shock that anyone experiences after leaving the airport at Phnom Penh.

Above: Phnom Penh foodcart. Taken out of a tuk-tuk.

The above two shots are a side street in Siem Reap.

Vendors on the road to Siem Reap.

Farmer on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. Taken out of a moving tuk-tuk, so notice the blurriness on bottom.

Above: garment workers leaving for lunch break near Siem Reap.

…and who can’t forget a Cambodian gas station?! This is usually set up for scooters and tuk-tuks. A regular gas tank was sitting next to it – as in other parts of Asia, people in Cambodia sometimes live out of their places of business. In this case, there was a fully-functioning house behind this gas station.

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2 responses to “Cambodia: Daily Life

  1. Sarah Wu

    These are amazing shots

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