Cambodia’s Last Forests – Shortlisted for British Photography Awards
The image selected is the one above and depicts two recently cut trees lying in the Beng Per Wildlife Sanctuary, in northern Cambodia. The image was taken by drone and it was my aim to communicate a new way of viewing the dramatic loss of forests in Cambodia. I am pleased that the image’s inclusion in this year’s awards will bring further attention to the plight of Cambodia’s forests.
About the British Photography Awards: “The BPA run an open, responsible competition aimed at celebrating photographic talent from all British and British-based photographers…The awards accepts a broad range of work from different disciplines and from all over the world. It is independently judged by some of the most respected names in British photography…Together we can use the massive power of photography to do real good in the world.”
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