Traveling and shooting for a month in a very humid climate during the rainy season was a serious challenge.
My aim was to traverse Phnom Penh, Mekong and Siem-Reap before heading South to Kampot and Kep.
Shooting Siem-Reap was a case of choosing more exotic temple and trying to keep away from the tourists.
At Phom Penh I visited the main spots and a few local charms recommended by friends and locals.
It was one the easiest cities to shoot.
The Mekong was too flat and wide so it was a nightmare to get any real sense of size. I left it for next time.
Kampot and Kep were full of rusted old colonial bridges, all kinds of wildlife, mountains and beaches, along with a small but thriving Muslim community and a rain forest.
It was an amazing place and not overcrowded with tourists.
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