What to do in one and a half day

I’ve been out with my Canadian clients to Angkor Park and the countryside near Siem Reap a few days ago. Although changing, the countryside is still worth going to. Interacting with the locals for some nice portraits, talking to the monks at their pagoda and visiting an unspoiled floating village futher down the road. Still lovely…
The following day I showed them around my favorite temple spots trying to avoid the big crowds. It looks like there are more visitors by the day and I wonder how the authorities will handle it in the very near future… Anyway… we found our ways and left the park with great shots with no tourists in them…
More info of the tours/workshops I provide right here…

Some shots…

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@the floating village

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a village girl at the local market

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preah khan colours

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@the market

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around the corner…

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inside the pagoda

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in front of his shop…

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late afternoon light

(c) eric d vries / 2017

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