TODAY brings us to the end of the photo tour of Cambodia as seen through the eyes of Matthew Borys. We finish with the theme of people and faces which FF feels provides a fitting conclusion. Because no matter where we are, at home or abroad in far away places, it is the people that make us feel welcome, and create the true character of their part of the world. Here, in these images we feel that Matthew has caught part of that for us to enjoy.
WWCMD14-MB Fishermen ponder the daily routine as their canoes chug their way through the Kompong Kleary water village where their lives centre. The tiny canoes being the main mode of transport as they go amongst the houses built on stilts high above the water.
WWCMD14-MB . One of Matthews favourite images from the collection, and it’s not hard to see why. A local woman works tirelessly in her daily routine amongst the rice fields that are a of the local scene and the staple diet of the people. A pic that captures the difference in our lifestyles.
WWCMD14-MB Another image that you have seen before, but worthy of a second look in this theme of people. School children play in the grounds of their school just a break fro study, and probably showing their excitement at having visitors to their school. WWCMD14-MB An image that is quiet and serene with a young boy, obviously training for a life of devotion and caring for others as a Buddhist monk by his robes. A beautiful image to contemplate his dedication, and take in the serenity of the peaceful waters of the river behind him. And once again, reflections make their impression in this image.
HARVEY NORMAN (QV) Melbourne, and many other photo centers, have been supportive of the FOCUS FORCE Kids With Cameras in their quests. You will find them just as helpful with all your camera and photographic needs.http://www.harveynorman.com.au/