Cambodia: A Place in Pictures

The Lone Rider

The Lone Rider

The city here is frantic, possessing a sense of urgency that only serves to energize itself. The oblivious bliss of Phonm Phen is mystifying, drawing you in with every successive street corner. Everything thing here seems somehow intimate, like you share a secret with everyone you pass. It’s the faces that connect with you. The eyes. People seem infinitely interested, and lack the jaded glares that blanket our South Bay Bubble. It’s a welcome change.

So I suppose that I couldn’t decide what fascinated me the most, so I decided that to fully capture Cambodia I need to post all the different aspects. Therefore, I will upload photos each day with a corresponding theme. Todays theme is “People”.

Man with no bike.

 

When a Woman Ascends

 

Working Hands

 

Looking Up

 

Watermelon Salesman

 

Boy With No Hand

About Max Tullio

Max Tullio is a junior at Mira Costa High School in the Cinematic Arts class. He is also the head film writer for the Mustang Morning News. Follow Max on Twitter @MaxT_Film and on Instagram @Max_The_Filmmaker

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