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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Wallpaper for your pc/mac [not an ads]

I've found this website, http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper, a while ago and it has my frequent returns. I think you might be interested. It's such a hell of a website that provides the meanest wallpapers, as well as other stuff.

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Monday, February 27, 2006

pk's back

I haven't posted anything lately on my blog because I was spending my holiday in cambodia, home, and plus due to inaccessibility to the internet I didn't want to jump on the net until I got back here, Auckland. I arrived her 2 days ago and my roommate asked me when will do something with my blog so yeah i'll at least post a photo heheh. I'll post some more later. Hope people will start to visit my blog again :)

Valentine's day dinner at Le Meridien Hotel in Siem Riep

Jeet, Nak, me, and Dy @ Prakhan Temple in Siem Riep

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Monday, February 20, 2006


[from Stuart Isett]


The inaugural Angkor Photography Festival was held in October, 2005 in Siem Reap, Cambodia, and was the first of its kind organized in Southeast Asia. The goals of this international annual gathering are both artistic and humanitarian.

With this principle in mind, in addition to the fourteen major exhibitions and seven photo-projection evenings, a group of artists and reporters also volunteered to organize a free workshop for young photographers from the region as well as a photo-dance workshop for a group of underprivileged street children from the town of Siem Reap.

We're really hoping Flickr.com will also be a way to make the Angkor Photography Festival a global event that helps build a vibrant and open photography community. If you have time, we have our first set of images up on our page taken by street children from the town of Siem Reap. The work was produced in a workshop run by Magnum photographer Antoine d'Agata, and is part of the festival's outreach program to the Siem Reap community:


We will be adding more work in the weeks to come, from the workshops and exhibits from the 2005 festival. I hope you can come take a look and post some comments.

We will also be having a contest for Flickr members starting in May and winners' work will be shown at a slide presentation at Angkor during the festival from November 25th until December 1st, 2006. All photographs will remain copyrighted to photographers so I hope you'll be interested in entering an image.

If you have any questions or want to be on our mailing list for contest, festival or work shop info, please email me at:


I also encourage you to pass on our contact to any Flickr friends you have who might be interested.

Thanks again and best wishes,

Stuart Isett

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