Cambodia

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This photo is in my “Cambodia” album, but it was actually taken in Thailand…oops. In my defense, we started the trip in Bangkok, then went to Cambodia, back to Thailand (Chiang Mai), and on to Bali. It was during the hottest part of the year. To say the humidity was intense is kind of like saying winters in New England are a little chilly. It was brutal. So if I put some photos in the wrong album (Thailand and Bali albums are on the way) I blame it on the brain swelling that was a result of the heat. The rest of the photos in the album are indeed from Cambodia. The Angkor Wat temples are astonishing, but if you go, be sure to also visit the floating villages, especially at sunset. Cambodia is a place I want to go back to, but next time I want to take the Mekong River tour from Laos to Vietnam!

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About Passages 23

Passages 23 is a photography partnership between Cindy A. Carl (color photography) and David L. White (black and white photography). The name stems from the life changes we all go through; passages/journeys from one phase to the next. We think our photographs reflect changes in nature, as well, and provide glimpses of the past and of what was. About Cindy: I’m a writer by day and a writer by night, and I squeeze my photography into the in-betweens. I’m originally from Easthampton, MA (USA). My stuff lives in storage (I keep thinking I’ll settle down), while I’ve restlessly lived and traveled throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. My writing reflects the philosophical and psychological quirks of the human experience. If you like humorous stories that screw with your mind–in a pleasant way, of course–then please check out my latest novel, Quest for a Dream. My photography focuses on lines and unusual perspectives. I’m an avid animal lover, and live with my two wonderful cats, Isan and Lucy, and yes, they travel with me. Oh, and, I’m the wordy one. About David: I’m just an old fart with a camera. View all posts by Passages 23

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