Angkor Photo Workshop nearing its end . . .

Kompong Kleang

Today is the last day of the Angkor Photo Workshop.  It has been a great experience working with the instructors - Karl Grobl, Gavin Gough, Marco Ryan and Matt Brandon - and perhaps more so, working with and getting to know the terrific group of photographers who have converged on Cambodia to take part in this workshop . . . such a great group of people.

I have so much to tell you about Cambodia – which I promise to do over the next few weeks.  Right now, I want to maximize my time here.  So, once again, I am leaving you with only a few images to ponder . . .

Young monks at Wat Ek Phnom

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2 Responses to Angkor Photo Workshop nearing its end . . .

  1. Bunkie Ludwig says:

    Lisa,
    Your portrait of the monk was amazing. Great job. We’re glad the workshop was so good…it looked like it took a lot of effort, but we can just picture you immersing yourself into the tattoo project.
    Bob and Bunkie

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