A few weeks ago, I posted some pictures of a recent trip in southeast Asia. I spent 6 weeks travelling from Bangkok to Saigon through Laos and Vietnam but it’s not the first time I’ve started and finished in those cities. Way back in 2008, I did a much shorter trip through Cambodia.
It was my first experience of the continent and I fell in love with the place, especially Cambodia. I was incredibly moved by the horrors the Cambodian people have lived through and it struck me how positive and friendly everyone I met was.
This was also the first trip where photography started to become important to me. All of these pictures were taken with a little Canon compact camera, back in the pre-SLR/CSC days! I really enjoyed going through all my pictures and all the memories they invoked. I guess that’s the point of travel photography in the end – helping you remember the experiences.