A selection of superb Cambodia photographs from Gary Latham taken on his recent Images of Indochina photographic tour of Vietnam and Cambodia. So, without further a-do…..all images by Gary and comments by All Points East. (Please note that for the purposes of speed and space the images’ resolution have been reduced so apologies for any loss of quality!)
Unusual star-lit image of the iconic Angkor Wat.
Great view of the famous ‘Temple of the Faces’, Bayon in Angkor Tom.
And another famous site with it’s crumbling walls and giant trees, the ‘Tomb Raider’ temple, Ta Prom.
Guardian statue, also at Ta Prom, Angkor.
Elderly devotee at the lesser known but equally spectacular Preah Khan.
Lovely, atmospheric dusk shot of Udong, the site of the former Khmer capital, on the road to Phnom Penh.
Pensive monk amongst the ruins of Angkor.
Woman and boat amongst the trees of the ‘flooded forest’ on the edge of the Tonle Sap Lake near Siem Reap.
Vendor frying up some snacks on the banks of the Siem Reap River, Western Cambodia.
Gary’s next Cambodia photographic tour begins 17th February in Phnom Penh but he’ll be back in the autumn with Burma, Cambodia and Lao photographic specials. Check this photo tour link for full details and schedules.
Cheers and thanks for the great pics Gary!