Waiting for mom

Written by on November 8, 2012 in Blog, Photo Blog, Photos and Stories in Progress with 0 Comments

I’ve been all over this part of Phnom Penh the past two days shooting video and a few pictures as I try to finish my project relating to orphans and vulnerable children. More on that later… The boy perched on the motorcycle was cute but not very communicative. His mother was selling barbecued chicken nearby, and I suspect he “rides” that motorcycle every evening watching and waiting as the world passes by.

He and his sisters were sitting with their mother while she was selling bananas in the market at Stung Meanchey.


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About the Author: I live in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where I work with young adults transitioning from growing up in an orphanage to living independently. I also facilitate immersion learning programs for Japanese. I'm a photographer and video maker when time and opportunity permit. .


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