7 January 2009

Posted: January 7, 2009 in Photos
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  1. YeNG says:

    It’s been 30 years…
    Anyway, nice shots!!! Love your photos.

  2. BCT says:

    It’s 30 years after the falling of Democratic Kampuchea but the dark memories from the regime are still vidvidly haunting many of the survivors despites the fact that the regime has been long gone and the remainning leaders are behind bar awaiting for judgement day.

    This is the second time I have seen Olympic Stadium packed with people since the 1st time when it was hosted a game [similar to SEA game] dated back Sangkum Reast Niyum [1965?]

  3. Samphors~* says:

    love the picture 🙂

  4. wow! this is exciting … 30 years! full of struggling and hardship …

  5. Samnang says:

    All photos are awesome, and the first one is the most cool. It should be the picture of the front page of the newspaper!

  6. Phal says:

    Thank you for the compliments. I noticed that most of the photos appearing on newspapers were taken from ground level. As I was at audience seats that is high enough to take these photos from a different angle.

  7. Khmer star says:

    That are nice pics, you are really professional photographer. I like them

  8. Phal says:

    Hi Khmer star, thank for dropping comment. I am not a pro and have not yet earned a cent from photographing. (^_^) It is just my hobby, a costly one. Thanks to digitalization, it make photographing much less expensive.

  9. Borin says:

    Kekeke digitalization what a word. I use to confuse between digitize and digitalize. And I don’t know what is right and what is wrong!!!

    I’ve seen more use of digitize than digitalize (digitalize is not in firefox’s dictionary)

    What about digitization?

    Ke ke,

  10. Phal says:

    Um, digitization should be the right one. I did not mean to coin the new word. hehehe. I just simply did not know/notice it.

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