Through the lens

Through the lens

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Photo by: CHRISTOPHER SHAY

A monk prays in Udong, the capital of Cambodia from the 17th to 19th

century, with skull-and-crossbones graffiti in the foreground, during a

daylong photo tour led by experienced photographer Nathan Horton. The

tour starts in Phnom Penh with a morning workshop, goes to Kampong

Chhnang and ends at sunset in Udong. The goal is to help aspiring

photographers improve their travel photo skills.

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