I’ve just taken delivery of a shiny new Nikon D7000 with a 18 – 105mm lens. I’m yet to mess about with it, but I do like the way it feels.
(Taken with my Nikon D40x, a cool little beastie that has served me well since December 2007.)
PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA – I did make a promise to never take photos at Tuol Sleng or Cheoung Ek, the sites of so much horror during the reign of the Khmer Rouge (one of many similar sites scattered all around the country). Sometimes you just have to get the shot. I can’t explain my change of heart. But I still don’t think I’ve sold out the memory of the 3 million Cambodians who died due to the policies of Angkar, the government of Democratic Kampuchea.
Therefore, I offer the following shots without further comment.