While Sihanoukville is no stranger to flash flooding – the coastal city endures a five-month monsoon season during which it is battered by rain – residents say they have never witnessed water levels like this.
While looking for picture references I came across this vintage photograph titled Angkor Wat (Circa 1866). Cambodia. After I started cleaning it up I noticed this dude in the boilersuit, wearing what looks like a hard hat. Now, the photo is old, maybe early 1900’s and has the photographers’ name is in the bottom left corner but […]
There are two cows standing in a field. The first cow says to the other, “I was artificially inseminated this morning.” The second cow replies, “No way, I don’t believe you.” The first says, “It’s true, no bull.” A farmer friend of mine has just told me he’s managed to cross a cow with a […]
Guerilla Marketing Stickers These stickers are very common sight around the alleyways of Phnom Penh. These one’s are advertising for a plumber but there a are variety of them including for gas propane and electricians.
Bayon, Siem Reap An unusual view of a Bayon face through a window
A mural by Guatemalan artist Erick Gonzalez has been unveiled as a tribute to Kak Channthy, the voice of The Cambodian Space Project. On March 20th 2018, Channthy was killed tragically in a traffic accident. Julien Poulson has created a photo album on The Space Project’s Facebook page for ongoing pictures of family and friends of Channthy […]
Moonlight over Bokor, unedited/unmanipulated photo. Shot taken on an iPhone.