Orussei Market at Night

Posted: January 23, 2010 in Daily Life

For some several times I have accompanied my lady to the Orussei night market, usually in evening time to buy oranges. Somehow the market surrounding gets lively even after the sun goes down. Wherever I were there, I kept thinking of having some bird-eyes-view photos of the scene, as I had imagined it must look nice from above.

At last yesterday I was able to bring myself to the spot with a tripod and fired a score of shots. The photos below were taken with Sigma 28-70mm f/2.8 lens, but I wished I have had a wider angle lens.

  1. Chorn Sokun says:

    welcome back spiderman 🙂

  2. tumnei says:

    I didn’t know that I became spiderman. I did climb the stair, as I don have web to fire. :p

  3. samphors~* says:

    Haha… to both comments.

    That first picture tells how people drive down there.

  4. YeNG says:

    My most-visited market. Ehe… never notice how it looks at night. Kinda crowded ne…

  5. sokheounpang says:

    In the second and the third picture, they seem to be place Tuek krolok and porng tea koun selling places…. it has nothing changed, for gabages are still visible everywhere for 5 years until now, where i used to go there when I was in our country to have some tuek krolok and porng tea koun…..

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