Blog Posts - Indochinese



Eye of the Tiger

While in Phuket, Thailand I visited Tiger Kingdom to photograph these magnificent Indochinese tigers (Panthera tigris corbetti) – November 2013 Follow @Rory_Alexander...
by Rory Alexander Photography on Dec 24, 2013

the winding road

The thatched hut of an ethnic minority farmer clings to the hillside of a cassava farm. This is Northeast Cambodia as it is today: the wild allure of virgin forrest replaced by a beauty more uniform, more cultivated, more agrarian.
by ethancrowley.com on Oct 14, 2013

Monsoons in the Low Country

I’ve spent lots of time in the South of Cambodia over the last few weeks. Life is so different down there compared to the rolling hills of Ratanakiri. Endless rice fields and sugar palms as far as the eye can see, big white cows with humps on t...
by ethancrowley.com on Oct 12, 2013

Old Time Kampuchea

I love those sugar palms. I think they make everything so exotic and tropical. Someday, I’ll plant a row down the promenade to my house… Siem Reap, Cambodia Please feel free to share my images—they are meant to be seen! Use them for you...
by ethancrowley.com on Sep 12, 2013

More photos from our Laos trip — ប្រទេស ឡាវ ឆ្នាំ ២០១៣

Here’s a few more photos from our trip to Laos last month. The country is...
by ethancrowley.com on Aug 9, 2013

Ascending an Ancient Staircase

Flanked by arboreal sentries, gnarled guardians of a bygone era, a 1000-year-old staircase at Wat...
by ethancrowley.com on Aug 9, 2013

Ascending an Ancient Staircase

Flanked by arboreal sentries, gnarled guardians of a bygone era, a 1000-year-old staircase at Wat...
by ethancrowley.com on Aug 9, 2013

More photos from our Laos trip — ប្រទេស ឡាវ ឆ្នាំ ២០១៣

Here’s a few more photos from our trip to Laos last month. The country is...
by ethancrowley.com on Aug 9, 2013

Sekong River – Attapeu, Laos

Attapeu, Laos. Attapeu was interesting and pretty far off the beaten path. I spent a few days exploring south of the Bolevan Platteau, looking for minority villages. I found a vast HAGL rubber plantation and a lot of illegal lumber while I was at it&...
by ethancrowley.com on Jul 3, 2013

Halong Bay

Another vintage post, circa Vietnam 2009: Halong bay is breathtaking. Gliding through the sheer granite stone columns on a Viet junk is surreally beautiful, even with the early summer haze which can curse South East Asia. The bay would have been perf...
by ethancrowley.com on Mar 20, 2013

Mystery—អង្គរវត្តមុនប្រះអាទិត្យរះ

Day and night meet….fleeting, mysterious, undisturbed…..as dawn breaks at Angkor. Part of the breathtaking morning experience watching the sunrise at Angkor Wat, as the stars slipped away one by one as sun slowly unveiled the temple, as i...
by ethancrowley.com on Mar 16, 2013

Road To Nowhere – ផ្លូវ នៅ រតនកីរី

Another vintage post from 2009 This is a pretty typical scene from Ratanakiri, Cambodia. There are a lot of hills, a lot of jungle, and plenty of red clay. I shot this Sunday afternoon. I saw some really cool cloud banks building up, and set out on m...
by ethancrowley.com on Mar 15, 2013

The Jungle-Enshrouded Temple

I thought this tree’s shape was very interesting, as I peered through it at Angkor Wat. I love old, spreading trees. I nearly had to fight off a couple dozen monkeys, but I guess the fact that I didn’t have food to offer them pushed them...
by ethancrowley.com on Mar 13, 2013

Vintage Post: Independence Monument – Phnom Penh, Cambodia: វិមានឯករាជ្យនៅពេលយប់។

I’m going to start adding some of my classic Flickr posts from a few years ago. Here’s one of my more popular posts from 2009…. “Last night when I was walking through the gardens near the Phnom Penh shoreline, I was struck wit...
by ethancrowley.com on Mar 13, 2013


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