Skulls of those killed by the Khmer Rouge, S-21 concentration camp, Phenom Penh. The Khmer Rouge stifled the Cambodian people between 1975 and 1996, in a similar way to Mao's Cultural Revolution in China, clearing out cities and prosecuting political opposition and pretty much anyone with an education. In the last seven years there has been a great return to civility, and the country seems to be well underway in the process of rebuilding.
PhotographerJoe Morris
Exposure0.077 s (1/13)
Focal Length4.5mm
Flash UsedNo


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