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Saving Face – Cambodia//Portrait Archive 2010 – 2015

Form – Ceramics Exhibition – Milly Hardy

Emerging ceramicist. Milly Hardy. Bristol, UK.

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What lies within ~ A New Print Series ~ Coming soon

There are things a parasol can become when taking respite from monsoon rains. This beautiful parasol lies inside an abandoned pagoda on the island of Koh Dach also known as Silk Island in Cambodia. I think the square version maybe nice for a giclée print in my bedroom.

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The Ancient Temples of Angkors Rainforest ~ Cambodia

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Lepidoptera (Butterflies) ~ Cambodia ~ S.E. Asia

Meeting the Mekong – 11 – Cambodia

Patience ~ Kampong Cham
Patience ~ Kampong Cham

I was thigh deep in the warm waters of a Mekong tributary, it was approaching sunset and the red dust in the air creates a beautiful soft light in Cambodia at certain times of the day. The fisherman had cast his net and then sat, still, watching the river water approaching and waiting for the next school of fish to come through.

Meeting the Mekong – 11 – Cambodia
Title – ‘Patience.’
Location – Kampong Cham, Cambodia
© Tori Green

This series is an ode to the people who work on the dam threatened Mekong River and all associated tributaries that bring life, or death, to the people, flora and fauna who live near the river in the Tibetan plateaus, Mayanmar, China, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. The Mekong is the most bio-diverse freshwater river on our planet.

Meeting the Mekong ~ 2 ~ Cambodia ~ 2016

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It was early morning, I’d run away from the city to seek inspiration from the amazing light and colours of the Mekong. I found the man alone at a sandy beach washing his cattle, I raised my cam and smiled, the fisherman gave me the nod and went back to his work, tenderly washing the cow.

Title – ‘Sunday Morning.’
Location – Koh Dach Island, Cambodia
Series – Meeting the Mekong
© Tori Green

An ode to life who work on the dam threatened Mekong River and all associated tributaries that bring life, or death, to the people, flora and fauna who live near the river in the Tibetan plateaus, Mayanmar, China, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. The Mekong is the most bio-diverse freshwater river on our planet.