Cambodia Snapshots: Deserted Riverside Park


All Around Cambodia, Cambodia Snapshots, Phnom Penh / Sunday, May 8th, 2011

There are lots of small parks like these all over Phnom Penh. This one’s right on the river banks along Sisowath Quay. All too often its crowded and I never really appreciated walking around it because of too much crowd. But I discovered, if I want to see it deserted, the best time for a ‘walk-in-the-park’ is mornings! Everything looks so quiet and deserted…

Speaking of snapshots, I have loads and loads of Cambodia photos and I’m seriously tempted to join postcards exchange programs. But the thing is I wanna print my own postcards! It’s no secret I’m mad about photo tweaking and graphic designing and I know I take very ordinary photos but still I want to make something personalized. So I’m thinking of doing my own postcard printing. This is probably a pipe dream, but hey! one can dream right?

This is also an entry to Scenic Sunday and my Cambodia Snapshots series.

3 Replies to “Cambodia Snapshots: Deserted Riverside Park”

  1. thanks for the pic! early mornings are great for quiet walk but when its crowded you can find other beautiful things to see
    good luck with your own postcards printing!

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