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Saffron Sunday: Home ‘n’ Hosed

Wat Toul Tompong, Phno Penh

Wat Toul Tompong, Phno Penh

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2 thoughts on “Saffron Sunday: Home ‘n’ Hosed

  1. Philip, wha does saffron sunday mean? 🙂
    and what are the boys doing in this photo? the vivid color of their clothes grabs the attention so now I have too many questions maybe 🙂

    • Saffron refers to the colour of the robes that monks often wear (although orange in particular, and brown robes are also worn). Sunday because I post these photos every Sunday.
      The boys are doing something mundane, getting ready to wash down a wall if I recall…

      You can never ask too many questions. 🙂

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