This picture was taken in a small house in Cambodia – a single room dwelling and like many Cambodian homes features wedding photos, hand-touched, taken decades ago. Today many of us enjoy vast photo collections (I took 600 shots in two weeks) but for a farm worker in Cambodia, those two photos may be their only record of the past. I wonder if one form of simple assistance would be this: a visitor takes portraits, gets these printed and gives the prints back to their subjects. That simple. At SOC Alex has my digital file and is getting the shots I took of students and their parents, printed so they can have copies. A small gesture, but given the number of “old family photos” I’m now seeing, posted by young Cambodians on Facebook, there is a real hunger to capture the family history through photos.