Living near the railway. Phnom Penh

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ԁk‒cam on October 19, 2013

Thank you Carla for your visit also to this photo. The train has been cancelled for years now.... Yes, I have quit a few from this area of the town.

Kind regards, Finn

waldwind on June 20, 2014

Its a pitty- Railways are the cheapest way of transportation. Along good managed railwaylines developes industry and business, comes to oportunities for work. developes economical growth. Railways are also an indicator of corruption. A good and efficient railway system is an indicator of low corruption levels, abandoning or desintegrate railway systems is an indicator of high corrupion levels of any government in the world.

lizab on June 21, 2014

Excellent picture, the same happens in Brazil!

ԁk‒cam on June 22, 2014

Thank you Waldwind and Lizab for your visits here and for the nice comments.

Kind regards, Finn

Erik LEDROIT on December 6, 2014

Good shot, I like it.
It seems to be usual in Asia, I've seen the same in Hanoï ...
Greetings, Erik

ԁk‒cam on December 25, 2014

Thank you Erik for passing by and for leaving your nice comment.

Kind regards, Finn

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Photo taken in Sangkat Ruessei Kaev, Phnom Penh 120706, Cambodia

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  • Uploaded on December 11, 2010
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    by ԁk‒cam
    • Taken on 2010/10/12 11:38:11
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 31.20mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.200
    • ISO Speed: ISO87
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash