Chillin’ with the cows! Shot behind the Angkor temple of Cambodia.
It’s cool because the Angkor temple, a place so ancient and sort of in ruins, has such a beautiful backyard with life! =] Cows and horses! (we didn’t see horses that day though)
Through this photo I wanted to show that though the monk and myself(I shot this with a tripod that’s why I’m in the picture) come from different cultures and have different beliefs, we are still people and I can still choose to love him like Jesus loved me.
After the shot, the monk and myself talked for awhile and it really hit me that he’s just like me! Human! We all have emotions, a personal life of our own and we all seek to worship someone or something.
He laughed when he saw this photo and that joy was contagious and I caught it! =]
“When the evening fades, You call forth songs of joy…”
Before this trip to Cambodia, I never really did appreciate sunset as much as I did over in Cambodia. The sunsets were really the times where I got to talk to God and sort of my thought with Him.
I met this kid in Cambodia. As you can see, there’s a key hanged around his neck. I’d like to think that key=responsibility since there being a need to have a key in the first place must be to protect something precious. Assuming that this is true, this kid really has taken upon himself certain responsibilities even at such a young age. Admirable huh?