Mud splashes all over at the Sene Dolta Festival


Khmer Krom people ethnically belong to Cambodian Khmer, but live in the Kampuchea Krom region, which is the southwestern part of Vietnam. The Khmer people from An Giang province near the Cambodian border hold an annual festival dedicated to their ancestors and is called the Sene Dolta Festival. The competitions take place around a circular track in a slippery rice field near Tinh Bien, near Ro Pagoda. In the first round they try to maintain stability and easy running pace, but in the second round the competition reaches a climax and along the last 120 meters every rider rushes the cows at the highest possible speed to the finish line. Mud splashes all over the audience, and the winner at the end of the day wins a respectable cash prize.


The image is printed canvas in three sizes, Available Sizes: 60X90 cm, 80X120 cm, 130X180 cm.

This photo was taken in a high iso and therefore it has a painting effect.

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