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Photo Walk Phnom Penh – 8th May 2011

Sincere apologies for being so late in posting notice of this month’s photo walk. Tomorrow, Sunday, 3rd April, we’re getting together for a late afternoon photo walk . Check out the details below!

Date: Sunday 8th May, 2011.
Meet:
3.30pm at Riverside Bistro.
Start: 4pm, outside Riverside Bistro
Route: We haven’t got a concrete route planned. If you arrive at Riverside Bistro at 3.30pm we’ll see who’s there and have a discussion about where people want to go. We might head over Japanese bridge and take some photos in the late afternoon light and catch the sunset, or maybe we’ll stay this side of the river and wander around the train station/post office and up to Wat Phnom.

Who’s welcome?

Everyone! Whether you’ve got a camera phone, a point and shoot, a fancy DSLR, or an old style film camera, all are welcome. Pro or amateur, it matters not. All that matters if that you’re interested in having a wander around Phnom Penh taking some photos.

If you’re interested and need some contact details, leave a comment here and I’ll drop you an email. Don’t worry, your email address is not shown to anyone other than me.

How will I know who the Photowalk tour is?

There’ll be a bunch of us with camera gear inside/outside Cafe Java. As above, drop me a comment if you’d like to get some contact details to help meet up.

Guide Map

Please note this is just a rough idea of our route. Depending on how we feel on the day we may end up going a slightly different way.

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