I Say…

Cambodia’s water world – a floating village in Pursat province.

Som Samakom! Welcome to Inside Cambodia…

I am entering my fifth year in Cambodia… five years of working in a land which seemed so similar to my homeland, and yet so different… I thought of posting pictures that I accumulated from my travels around Cambodia. I am not a professional photographer, just someone who always totes a ¬†point-and-shoot digi-cam around and with eyes constantly peeled on the surroundings for that “”kodak” moment. I wish I have a more professional camera like this DSLR camera and telefoto lens one the right (hint-hinti, Santa dear!). But for now my old and trusty digi-cam will do.

A beautiful lotus pond. The lotus flower is very important to Buddhists in Cambodia.

Despite the wars and political conflicts that ravaged the country, I aim to showcase the beautiful, hopeful, and unyielding face of Cambodia. I am not a professional photographer. I just happen to carry a camera all the time and love to take pictures of things that catches my fancy — faces, places and other things ordinary, but are quite extraordinary, as viewed from the lens. I hope that with the pictures, you will see what’s truly inside Cambodia, the country that has been my home for the past years… You may leave comments if you like, criticize the pictures if you like, I don’t really care…

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