A little later than I would usually post but I'm Joining in with Greenthumb for April's Scavenger Hunt. No apologies for having too many photographs, I seemed to have far too many for each picture. Cambodia was the perfect place to take photographs and so I continued to do so:)
So getting on with my very Cambodian Scavenger Hunt, here's my take on...
A is for
Angkor Wat at sunrise.
The floor tiles were so smooth and shiny around the monument, for a moment I thought they were covered in water.
Sightseeing around the temples at Angkor- and not just for us tourists!
On every street corner, there were groups of men having chess matches, or backgammon or the like.
A path leading up to the National Museum in Phenom Pehn or one that leads along the edge of the river
Layers of carved stone at a temple or layers worth of peeling paint.
Carved scales of a sacred serpent or scales being used by a little boy weighing bananas
Probably the most famous logo in the world- and more of a local one- the local beer.
There were lots of broken tiles lying around the streets- but I loved the bright roof tiles of the Palace.
Everywhere you looked people were collecting, sorting and utilizing scrap.
The lorry at the top must be the most cumbersome load I have ever seen! Although I did like the photo of all the people sat on the top of the farm lorry..but the again this lorry seemed a little top heavy too!
Everywhere you looked there was someone carrying something!
There you go, another month gone by and another Scavenger hunt. See you at the end of this month for another one:)