More Cambodia Photos (and a giveaway)

On Saturday, Vesak Day, I posted my photos of monks taken around Siem Reap, Cambodia. Today I’m going to share a selection of other photos from that trip. I limited today’s photos to a few places that appear in the book. I have done my best to put them in the correct order. If you’re interested in getting or using a specific photo, just reach out and ask.


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While schools are free in Cambodia, many children do not attend because they can’t afford the uniforms or textbooks. Children whose parents make a living at the temples, such as Angkor Wat, are often to put to work at a young age, selling postcards and other trinkets. Some are able to go to school (as school is a half-day program) and work, while others never get the chance. If you’re interested in helping out these children, you can

  • donate to the Cambodian School Project
  • shop the online store of Artisans of Angkor--a non-governmental agency that trains and employs over 1300 Cambodians to learn the art forms that were nearly wiped out by decades of warfare. I can attest that these are beautifully made products–I have a number of them in my house. (And yes, if you read the book and are wondering–I own both a linga & yuni, and mango massage oil)

If you haven’t entered it, don’t forget my Amazon giveaway for Capturing the Moment.

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