Snapped something spectacular? We want to see

A man guides his flock of ducks to safely across the road in Kampong Cham province earlier this month.
A man guides his flock of ducks safely across the road in Kampong Cham province earlier this month. Pha Lina

Snapped something spectacular? We want to see

Dear readers,

Whether the wilds of Koh Kong, the temples of Angkor Wat or everyday street life in Phnom Penh, now is your chance to see your photography in print.

Submit your photographs from around the Kingdom and we’ll select one of our favourites for publication in our Friday events section. All we ask is that it was taken within the last month, is not manipulated beyond basic editing, and you include a caption telling us when and where you took the picture and what's in it.

People of all backgrounds and photography experience are encouraged to submit.

Send your shots to [email protected] with your name in the subject line and up to three images attached as JPEG files, and we'll email you in advance if your image is going to be featured.

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