My Photo in the Financial Times

Earlier this month the photographic editor of the Financial Times contacted me and asked if she could use the below shot in a feature about the changing face of Phnom Penh.

Of course, I said yes, and forwarded on an untouched version of the image for their use.

The piece was published both online and in print yesterday.

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Bangkok Dangerous

BANGKOK, THAILAND – Attempts to move around central Bangkok are frustrating, what with the main Red Shirt encampment covering a fair part of Rama I Road from near the end of Sukhumvit Road, directly under the Skytrain west of Ploen Chit station.

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Thai soldiers deployed through the streets of Bangkok.

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The Red Shirt barricade of bamboo and razor wire blocking off Rama I Road at Ploen Chit.

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An eerily empty Witthayu Road near central Bangkok

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A monk approaches Red Shirt protesters on Ratchaparop Road

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Red Shirt barricades on Ratchaparop Road

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Rubble litters Ratchaparop Road

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Red Shirt protester

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Life goes on amid the pandemonium

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Red Shirt protesters armed with sticks and pieces of concrete move back from the barricade between them and Thai military forces

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Red Shirt protester

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Red Shirt protester

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Red Shirt protester

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The Thai Army heading back to barracks

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Smoke from burning tyres fills the sky above Bangkok

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Smoke from burning tyres fills the sky above Bangkok