In the morning, monks walk back to the Shwezigon pagoda after begging.
The afterglow of the sunset behind U Bein bridge in Mandalay was amazing that day. The reflection on the water makes it look like the boat passing by is enclosed in a pink circle.
Portrait of the headmaster of the Shwe Yan Pyay monastery.
Navigating on the Inle lake, in spite of the threatening clouds.
Back to the Myanmar trip with the portrait of a beautiful girl from the En tribe in the Shan state. It's amazing how a light beam in a dark environment can brighten up a face so beautifully. I also like how her earrings keep glowing in the shade.
Short break from the Myanmar trip to post some pictures of the SG Xmas Party this year!
A little boy with beautiful eyes, from the En tribe in the Shan state in Myanmar.
Fishermen slapping the water to drive fish at Inle lake in the morning.
Low light portrait of young novice monks at the Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery. Low light portraiture is something I learnt with professional photographer Aung Pyae Soe and I think it looks awesome! It's difficult to find the same lighting conditions to practise in HK though...
In this area of Mandalay, kids come to play around a fallen statue of Buddha.
The pagodas in Bagan are not just beautiful from the outside, the light getting in through the openings in the wall is equally fascinating when seen from the inside.
The Mingun temple is a huge building which construction is incomplete. The originally intended height was 3 times the current one. The cracks are the results of an earthquake that hit Myanmar in 1839.