The Stick Dance is a celebration of the end of the rice harvest. As part of the dance, sticks are used to imitate rice pounding and as part of the dance routine. The old and wise village chief is pictured above. Location: Freshly harvested rice fields, Saang, Kandal Province
40 x 60 print: $95
All profits go towards education costs for the children of Sunrise Children's Village orphanages (image by Tracey Shelton)
The Stick Dance is a celebration of the end of the rice harvest. As part of the dance, sticks are used to imitate rice pounding and as part of the dance routine. The old and wise village chief is pictured above. Location: Freshly harvested rice fields, Saang, Kandal Province 40 x 60 print: $95 All profits go towards education costs for the children of Sunrise Children's Village orphanages
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