- This is the first of a three part series of photos Jen took during our time in Cambodia.
A beautiful young woman selling flowers outside a temple at the riverside in Phnom Penh.
Old friends pause for a chat along the riverfront in Phnon Penh before continuing on with their sales.
This old woman walks around the riverside in Phnom Penh every day with a scale, asking people if they’d like to check their weight.
She offers this service in exchange for a few hundred Riel, around 10 cents.
Lighting incense outside a temple.
This old woman sits outside a temple at the Phnom Penh riverside selling flowers and incense everyday. I think she looks a bit like Yoda.
Live birds for sale just outside the temple at the riverside in Phnom Penh. You can buy and release them yourself for good luck.
Young monks in front of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh.
A monk selling memorabilia of the king of Cambodia in front of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh. The king died on October 15th, 2012 while on a trip to Beijing.
Hard living is an understatement for what so many Cambodians have gone through in their lifetimes.
Drink vendors in Phnom Penh.
A moto driver waiting for business in Phnom Penh.
An old monk buys fried bananas from a young vendor on the street in Phnom Penh.
A moto driver taking a late afternoon snooze in Phnom Penh.
Monk feet in Phnom Penh.
Tourists pause to look at an art exhibition along the riverside in Phnom Penh.
A fruit vendor in Phnom Penh.
Mom Tina and Tori Green cross paths with a couple of monks at dusk in Phnom Penh.
A medicine man at his home, which doubles as a clinic, in Kampong Speu, Cambodia.
He mainly treats severe wounds and breaks. This woman broke her femur in a motorbike accident.
Despite a lack of painkillers, the 90 degree heat, and no formal medical facilities, these women manage to smile. The patients are all treated in this outdoor setting, and stay there for weeks or months while they heal.
A very friendly old woman at the medical clinic in Kampong Speu.
The kids stopped for a jumping picture while taking a walk around the rice paddies across the street from APCA.
Veasna, 7, and Sreyleak, 8, walking home to APCA from school along road 51 in Kampong Speu.
Sokim, 6 years old, at APCA. Photo taken by Stevo Joslin.
The APCA kids were so excited to receive brand new pillows and towels, generously donated by Australian volunteers Cheryl and Kelsee.
Little ones, Sreyka, 5, and Sreyleak, 8, at APCA.
Silly boys, Sokim, 6, and May, 7, at APCA.
A little boy holding his teddy in Talak Village, near APCA.
A village girl pulling her toy truck in Talak Village, near APCA.
A fisherman silhouetted during sunset at Sras Srong lake in Siem Reap.
A moto driver pauses for a cigarette break to watch the sunset at Sras Srong lake in Siem Reap.
An old woman and her son sitting at the beach during sunset in Kep, Cambodia.
A woman tending to the rice paddies in Kampong Speu Province. Photo taken by Samnang, 12, from APCA.
Her kids stared at me, bewildered, from behind some rice stalks. Photo taken by Samnang, 12, from APCA.
Samnang, 12, (in purple, the budding photographer), and Sokhorn, 8, out on a bike ride in Talak Village, Kampong Speu Province.
A young woman biking home to her village after a long day working in the rice paddies.
Mengleang, 8, and Bophan, 14, on a bike ride in Talak Village, Kampong Speu Province.
Message received. At the Russian Market in Phnom Penh.
Monks receiving offerings from businesses at the Russian Market , early morning in Phnom Penh.
Sisters at an outdoor market in Phnom Penh.
A very friendly moto driver in Phnom Penh.