Siem Reap, Cambodia

Owning a car is not a given in many parts of the world. These Cambodian people travel in a buffalo carriage. April 2010. Posséder une voiture ne va pas de soi dans beaucoup de régions du monde. Ces Cambodgiens se déplacent en voiture à buffle. Avril 2010.

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Everything is not glamorous in Cambodia. These women were working on old sewing machines in an overheated, smelly and dark workshop in the Siem Reap covered market. April 2010. Tout n’est pas reluisant au Cambodge. Ces femmes travaillaient sur de vieilles machines à coudre dans un atelier surchauffé, puant et sombre sur le marché couvert…

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

In the evening light, I noticed this buddhist monk who had just arrived with a tuk-tuk to the entrance of Angkor Wat. In Angkor, tuk-tuks provide a convenient form of transport around the temples for tourists and faithfuls. April 2010. Dans la lumière du soir, j’ai remarqué ce moine bouddhiste qui venait d’arriver avec un…

Koh Ker, Cambodia

These two girls are fascinated by the Chinese gadgets they find on the local market. April 2010. Ces deux filles sont fascinées par les gadgets chinois en vente au marché local. Avril 2010.

Tonle Sap lake, Cambodia

These Cambodian people live in floating villages in the Chong Khneas area. At the end of the rainy season, when the water level goes down, fishing is allowed again. Fishermen install floating houses along one half of the lake. The Tonlé Sap lake is linked to the sea via the Tonlé Sap river, which converges with…