Mountains of Trash at Phnom Penh Dump

Mountains of Trash

I cannot even begin to imagine what life is like for these who work at the Phnom Penh dump.  The smell alone is enough to make one flee for their life.  Then there are the flies.  So many flies that a lot of the pictures I took didn’t turn out because my camera had trouble focusing through the mass of them.  Your heart cannot help but feel for these desperate human beings, without food and shelter, and without the Savior.  May God give us compassion, and may we be moved to action.

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: DMC-FZ1Taken: 3 March, 2004Focal length: 13.4mmISO: 50Shutter speed: 1/640s



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