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Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrasts (Technology)

A submission to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrasts

At the end of our Ratanakiri trek in Cambodia we stayed the night in a remote village deep in the jungle accessible only by motor boat. This was a village far from modern technology or so it seemed. Look closely at some of the shacks built on stilts, made from natural materials yet equipped with satellite TV dishes. A real contrast.20140630-002152-1312332.jpg

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Between (Hammocks)

A submission to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Between (Hammocks)

Two very different hammocks slung between the trees.
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The first in a garden of a holiday home in Spain. A hammock of leisure!

Hammock in Ranatikiri

Hammock in Ranatikiri

The second in a Cambodian jungle on a monsoon wet night. A hammock of necessity.

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