Sunday, December 21, 2008


This photo shows how a barber built his little hut-business around these two trees. Instead of cutting down the trees, he had cut holes in the zinc roof around them. At the time when I took the photo, the barber was cleaning his customers ears out with some long instrument, as they do in Cambodia. The barber has a headlight strapped to his forehead, much like a miner, while he does his job.

This other pic shows palm leaves being used as shade, to protect saplings from the scorching sun. This building development had planted the young trees around its compound. It is the dry season now and there is absolutely no rain (there will not be any for three months or so) so the trees need help so they do not wilt.

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