Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia


Sugar palms- the national tree of Cambodia- dwarf this young man as he walks through rice fields in Kampong Chhnang province.

Sugar palm trees can grow to a height of 30 metres.

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10 thoughts on “Scale

  1. The scene really speaks ‘scale’, and you present to us another aspect of Cambodia. Along with your ‘face’ and street scenes, it adds to a portfolio of ‘place’. Phillip, I always look forward to seeing what you post as your images really make the country come alive for me.

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  3. i’m really impressed with this shot because the sky looks so clear, and you managed to get the entire breadth of the trees. (i always seem to cut the tops off because they’re so tall!)

    when i went there a few years ago, it was so smoggy, i was so disappointed. i couldn’t see a clear sky until i was far from phnom penh, like on a weekend in kompong som.

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