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memories of the Cambodian genocide
Very powerful presentation - attaching all the images together like this increases the overall effect.
I have been there and I must say that your photos here are doing the place a big service.
ily your website!!! it is so amazing!! you have my vote
Sorry, Ruthie, I mistakenly posted the same link twice. Here is the one I missed:
I finally got there myself last week, Ruthie. Your images were an inspiration to me. I have posted three pictures on this subject, one made here at the Genocide museum (
), which still caused me pain to look at; and three on the Killing Fields outside of town:
. I am in your debt for all of them, Ruthie. Had I not seen this gallery, I don't think i would have insisted on going there during our one day in Phnom Penh. My pbase friend Tim May was shooting along side, and he was equally moved.
ruthie, its hard to compare, but i think this is your gallery that speaks the loudest to me!
Great gallery, and great message. Thank you. :o)
Exquisite collage. Heartbreaking to think all those people in those pictures were torn away from the lives they couldve lived happily.
What a stunning collage....Excellent my vote again!
I am really share Cambodian peoples woe. :-(
Phil is right. I ache when I look at these images. There's so much I want to say, but I can't find the words, and in a way...words aren't necessary. I cry for pain; for mine, for yours, for theirs.
~ L x
i haven't edited this, Phil...8 of these 12 photos are new. well, not new, but new on pbase. i only just got around to editing them (yes, yes, i know!). thank you for your comment though.
This has also been edited and re-posted. It is a deeply moving twelve image sequence that speaks for itself.
It needs few words. Your images express enormous pain and injustice. It hurts to look at them. As it should.
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