Khmer Rouge Tank
- pablominto (27208)
- [2006-04-23 8:05]
Interesting documentary, my friend!
Like most of your pictures this one also carry a lot of information... An expert would right away tell me the country of origin here, but I have to guess... Chinese?
- ruudblok (23329)
- [2006-04-23 8:25]
Painful and bad period in that country
The same leaders are still active there
Thanks for showing and remembering that time
Half of the Cambodia people were killed in 3 years 8 month and 21 day’s
Total 3 million innocent people!!!
- tropicalrips (0)
- [2006-04-23 10:15]
a reminder of what man will do to each other for believes...greed...
it has happen before...it is still happening...it WILL happen again, a sad truth
thanks for the reminder chris :)
- linus (15482)
- [2006-04-23 10:44]
This is chilling, considering what happened. I wish they would simpley throw these things away, without displaying them. I have a couple of co-workers who escaped from Cambodia during the height of the "killing fields" era and their tales are unbelievable.
- Werewolf (26142)
- [2006-04-23 12:31]
Well... It change from your paradise views! I like it! Here it's time of peace till mush more time. I never know war. I don't feel the obligation too... Ok i saw it in other country.
You probably guess how i hate Bush, Hussein, Laden and company... In fact... any one who make innocents die for money interest. I don't believe them at all when they say it's for protection and peace in the world or for religion... Yeah shure! It's only power and corruption.
That's a think i would like to see one day... I rusted tank or misile with a note.... It was for the innocent who die in the name of petrol and money. One day perhaps... Excellent shot!
- cstathoulis (13325)
- [2006-04-23 19:06]
A very nice photo with strong emotional effect!
It reminds us what war can do...
Excellent POV and colours!
Well done on the composition!
- afderrick (1046)
- [2006-04-24 10:32]
Cool picture. Great framing and very neat subject. I thought it would look cool black and white but after playing with it I think color is probably better. Very cool shot still.
- vsinopoulos (13123)
- [2006-04-24 12:53]
You have captured very well this relic from the dark days of the war. Nice documentary shot!
- cyberglobe (1328)
- [2006-04-24 16:22]
This is a great shot. I just thought converting it to B&W would make it more effective. So I did some work on it and hope you like the result. Please tell me what you think of it.
- touristdidi (6497)
- [2006-04-29 8:03]
War leftovers, wish they were reminders to never do it again! I would never want to be in a tank, to me it is a prison on wheels, waiting for death...... sad,,,,,, Iam surprised no one has stripped it yet. At the musuem in Laos, locals with cutting torches were stealing pieces as I watched, and an american bomber was only the bottom shell. cambodia seems like it would do the same!
- MLINES (9125)
- [2006-09-09 20:31]
Hi Chris, A stark reminder of the war not so long ago. Good perspective to view this metal beast of battle. Murray.
- baddori (1351)
- [2012-07-23 23:04]
Guerra sanguinaria, ma il voler evitare l'abbandono delle campagne era attuale.
il rusting tank il una assolata foresta sub tropicale .
Un museo estenmporaneo.
Foto preziosa e particolarmente interessante .