MARCH OF THE WATER BUFFALOS

These photos were taken in Siem Reap, Cambodia from inside a moving van on my way to one of the many temples outside the city.  I was playing with super fast shutter speed and was amazed to have captured clear photos despite the speed of the van. I thought they looked cute marching down the street like they exactly know where they were headed. These animals are commonly used for farming around Asia and in the Philippines, we call them “carabao” and make white cheese out of their milk.

4 Comments on “MARCH OF THE WATER BUFFALOS

  1. Pingback: MARCH OF THE WATER BUFFALOS — Reymon de Real Photography | THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON...

  2. In the old days, they were essential in ploughing the wet and heavy paddy fields all over the country, before the paddy planting season. We call them KERBAU. Very similar in pronounciation to your CARABAO.

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