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This is a hidden gem of a waterfall. Not easy to find on your own, but the tuk-tuk drivers all know how to find it. Well worth the trip during the rainy season, but probably a nice hike even in the dry.
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Hello, class. My name is Lee and I have been passionate about photography for many years now, even studied it in college. I am taking this class because I will be teaching a class here locally and this looked like a good refresher. Below is one of my favorites; an abstract that breaks all the rules.
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Popokvil means "waterfall in the clouds" in Khmer and if you are there on the right day, that is exactly what you will see. With the moist air rising off of the nearby Gulf of Thailand, Bokor Mountain is frequently shrouded in mist. I kept asking the locals about the falls and they kept telling me that they were not worth visiting in the dry season. Finally, just days before we left, we took a trip up the mountain shortly after the rainy season started and were blown away by the falls. No, they don't hold a candle to Niagara or Victoria falls, but by Cambodian standards, they were spectacular and I was kicking myself for not going sooner. If you are in the area, they are well worth seeing and exploring along with several other fascinating sites on top of Bokor.
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