chambok village homestay in cambodia

This set is from Chambok, Cambodia. We had a homestay for one night in this village near an eco tourism center. The center coordinated homestays with a few families in the village. We also went around a school and temple in the village where I got some of these photos. I'm in the process of contacting the eco village to have a copy of these photos sent to the village.

two girls from chambok

These girls were hanging around the temple in the village. This is one of my favorites from the trip.

behind bars

Classes were on break when we visited the school. The students were coming back into class and these guys were eager to pose for the camera.

Da told us he was the only student who spoke English. He had learned it from his dad and was happy to practice with us.

A boy who is too young for school, but was following his mother around.

This is our homestay host and her son.


first photos from southeast asia

I've been slowly developing and printing rolls from a trip to Southeast Asia I recently took. Other than a point and shoot, I took just my Minolta Autocord. Other than a few minor problems it held up during the trip, although it's still scratching some of my negatives. I think I got some good results though. I've been spending much time in the darkroom the past few weeks getting my favorites on paper. Below are a few from Cambodia. There will be more in the weeks ahead.


This photo was taken at Phnom Pros in Kampong Cham, Cambodia. There was a family of these guys and I think this guy was putting himself between us and the youngins. Luckily he didn't give me rabies.

bayon temple

This is part of the Bayon Temple Complex in Angkor.

what's for dinner?

This was taken on out way to Sihanoukville in Cambodia. There are two or three pigs in the cage on the back of the bike. They did not look very happy, but perhaps they are still too small to be dinner.