Young Cambodian Girl at Udong Ruins in Cambodia

Udong Girl

This photo was taken mid 2005 on a dirt bike trip up to the old capital of Cambodia, Udong (about 20 miles north of the current capital, Phnom Penh).  There are many ruins there, as well as some restored temples.  We walked around for a bit and I took this picture.  The city was founded in 1626 by King Srey Soryopor, but then the capital was moved under the reign of King Norodom in 1866.  The restored area hold the remains of several Cambodian kings, including King Srey Soryopor.

Aperture: ƒ/2.8Camera: DMC-FZ1Taken: 7 July, 2005Focal length: 4.6mmISO: 50Shutter speed: 1/60s



One Response to “Udong Girl”

  1. Mike Blanchard

    A well seen photo with wonderful golden light. Your young subject seems almost timid but what a wonderful pose. Very nice.


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