The largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat (អង្គរវត្ត).
The Tie That Binds, Siem Reap
Window covering on a building housing several monks.
In The Monklight, Siem Reap
Young Monk inside Angkor Wat temple complex.
Market Playtime, Phnom Penh
Children playing in the Central Market of Phnom Penh.
up Up UP, Siem Reap
Phnom Bakheng, one of the few temples inside the Angkor Archaeological Park that stays open for sunset. The temple is a bit small, and so there is a 300 person limit which means you have to arrive early to secure a spot.
Bustling Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh
Cambodia, and SE Asia in general, seems to be one of the better places in the world for street photography. There's always a lot going on, you get a good mix of people taking various modes of personal locomotion. You get to take in all the different colors, buildings and structures in various states (of decay, usually) and see the entanglement of survival.
Morning Alms, Anlong Veng
In Cambodia, Theravada Buddhism is the official religion which is practiced by about 95% of the population. In the morning, the Monks go on a daily almsround to collect food and money. Merchants in the cities are more likely to give money whereas farmers and others outside the city will more likely give food.