Phnom Penh, CambodiaJanuary 19, 2012
Category: Cambodia, Street Photography Tagged: Cambodia, matresses, motorcycle, Phnom Penh, Photography, scooters, street, sweeping, Timothy S. Allen, towing, traffic
Impressive colors and nice composition
Thank you There were lots going on.
Nice caption for a nice photo. Wonder if the ‘easy’ rider has a seat belt (rope?) of sorts. Wouldn’t be so cushy to fall.
Thanks I doubt a restraint is in use. The tie down ropes might be his only resource.
I guess it’s hard to feel a pea under all that….
True although he doesn’t seem to be too sensitive.
What if he has to hit the brakes suddenly? A very interesting piece of street photography.
I would hope that the ropes that are holding down the mattresses would be available for him.
Thanks on the interesting. Cambodia had lots of fascinating street activities.
Nice action shot
Reminds me of the play Princess and the Pea.. 🙂
I truly love this street shot Allen, nicely done.
Oups! Sorry Tim, I thought your name was Allen, I’ll try to remember.
Not a problem it’s confusing the way I’ve arranged my user name. Thanks for noticing.
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