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A photo that captures the essence of poverty in Cambodia. I was on a public bus on a ferry over the Mekong river when I saw this girl and his brother, she came to get some cookies from me from the bus
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A photo that captures the essence of poverty in Cambodia. I was on a public bus on a ferry over the Mekong river when I saw this girl and his brother, she came to get some cookies from me from the bus

A photo that captures the essence of poverty in Cambodia. I was on a public bus on a ferry over the Mekong river when I saw this girl and his brother, she came to get some cookies from me from the bus window, angry and frustrated

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Date Taken: 08.2013
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