ONE NIGHT IN PHNOM PENH | Darrin Henry
It will be Cambodia Independence Day tomorrow, 9 November, when the Khmer people will celebrate 62 years since they broke away from 90 years of French rule.
There will be customary festivals across Cambodia with colourful
PACKING THE KIT BAG | Darrin Henry Losing weight quickly becomes a number one priority for travel photographers. No, I’m not talking body fat, although individuals may gauge personal relevance; …
Diamond’s On Cambodia’s Frontline | Sharon Henry
Shooting models in cities around the world is becoming a passion and we had the pleasure of doing a photoshoot in Phnom Penh with a local girl we got friendly with during our stay in Cambodia.
Choeung Ek | Darrin Henry
Today an unanticipated heavy weight of sadness has draped itself over my shoulders and lodged in my chest as the reality of man’s inhumanity to fellow man is conveyed in harrowing detail on this visit to the Killing Fields of Cambodia
ALL THAT GOLD | Sharon Henry
I’ve never been so hot in my life (and no, I’m not boasting as Darrin would ask). It just so happens we’ve touched down in Phnom Penh, Cambodia during the hottest month of the year. Our first day out in the city,
A DAY EXPLORING CAMBODIA’S CAPITAL CITY | Darrin Henry
All five senses are hit with a full frontal mugging by Cambodia’s capital city and walking the streets of Phnom Penh all five senses are exposed to the thick humidity of this exotic street life as
CHARMED BY NIM | Sharon Henry
“I-hear-you-want-to-go-to-the-Killing-Fields,” sings a tuk tuk driver in Phnom Penh, approaching us from behind as we walked by the Royal Palace.
Knackered from the 38 degree heat, wary of scams and having just walked a gauntlet of touting drivers,
WHO NEEDS TRAFFIC LIGHTS? | Darrin Henry
At first glance, watching Cambodia traffic in Phnom Penh is just one giant mash up; a noisy bedlam of mosquito like machines; a free for all. A dodgem car ride at the fairground looks more orderly. Horns are