Meet the camera, a Canon Power Shot SX10 IS, which I conveniently adopted since no one else was using the so-called “family camera.” I have no idea what those numbers mean. I am also unfamiliar with perhaps 75% of the camer’a fancy functions. But, I try to learn. A little at a time. Very slowly. I do not claim to be a professional photographer. In fact I don’t think I could claim to even be an amateur photographer. And, I know should take better care of my camera than I do (starting with acquiring a proper lens cap) but I do know that images can speak powerfully, and that is why so much of this project is visually-oriented. (Forgive me, I don’t want to take any credit away from the iPhone. One of those things took some of these photographs as well.)

Here is a working collection of the photography I have managed to pick up during research and travel, on People, Spaces, and Objects in Cambodia.

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