Charcoal Vendor - 9
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In the Kingdom of Cambodia (population 14 million), one of the world's poorest developing countries, most poeple still use crudely produced charcoal as fuel for their daily cooking - even in Phnom Penh, the sprawling capital city of 2 million.
This is part of a series of black and white portraits of charcoal vendors, mostly lovely women (with dirty hands), in my Phnom Penh neighborhood near Psar Kandal, a bustling working-class market area not far from the National Museum and the Royal Palace.
In the Black Wood / Dirty Hands - Charcoal Sellers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia photo essay.
Also by Steve Goodman
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