As I haven't been able to take pictures lately, I'm posting some of the remaining pictures from Myanmar. This one was taken from the hotel I stayed at in Yangon at sunrise, looking at the Karaweik Palace, a cultural hall in Yangon. I wasn't lucky enough to catch people walking on the wooden structure in ...
Navigating on the Inle lake, in spite of the threatening clouds.
Fishermen slapping the water to drive fish at Inle lake in the morning.
Another peaceful morning at Taungthaman lake, where U Bein bridge, the longest teakwood bridge in the world stretches in the background.
Inle lake’s sky was lit up with both the Milky Way and the lights from a distant pagoda that night.
The dark clouds made the beautiful sunset at Inle lake even more dramatic. This picture was shot through the fishing net.
Fishermen of Inle Lake in Myanmar use a single oar and wrap their leg around it to maneuver the boat. This picture was shot through the fishing net (the original composition is from AP Soe).
At Inle lake, vivid pink lotus flowers caught the attention of fishermen.
Beautiful sunrise in Mandalay, with the famous U-Bein bridge on the right hand side (and my fellow photographers on the left hand side). The boats are used in the evening for a romantic ride (or a nice photo shoot, if you're a geek like me) at sunset, when you can see nice silhouettes crossing the ...
Morning scene of a fisherman slapping the water in Inle lake to drive the fish to the surface.