This is probably the dullest photograph on xenotropic, but it's just what the killing fields looked like: a few trees, and large pits. It was a powerful scene, however, in that around a thousand people had knelt at the edge of each pit and either shot in the back of the head, or more often hit at the base of the skull to conserve bullets, by Pol Pot's goons. Most were killed in the years 1975-1979.
PhotographerJoe Morris
Exposure0.003 s (1/320)
Focal Length4.5mm
Flash UsedNo


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