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Shwedagon Paya Temple | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Shwedagon Paya Temple | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Get on Board the Yangon Express Myanmar is full of life amidst its beautiful Pagodas, friendly people and daily life. To get up-close and personal with the country simply take a stroll around the captivating town of Yangon (previously known as Rangoon). The busy streets, the mesmerizing Pagodas and the humble yet yummy street foods are sure to give you the feel of the everyday life in the city.

Get on Board the Yangon Express Myanmar is full of life amidst its beautiful Pagodas, friendly people and daily life. To get up-close and personal with the country simply take a stroll around the captivating town of Yangon (previously known as Rangoon). The busy streets, the mesmerizing Pagodas and the humble yet yummy street foods are sure to give you the feel of the everyday life in the city.

Bonsai Burma (Mini Myanmar) is such an amazing place around the globe to see. In this video highlights the everyday lives of lovely Myanmar people and gorgeous views shot in Yangon, Kalaw, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar). A tilt-shift film by Joerg Daiber shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Postproduction with After Effects.

Bonsai Burma (Mini Myanmar) is such an amazing place around the globe to see. In this video highlights the everyday lives of lovely Myanmar people and gorgeous views shot in Yangon, Kalaw, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar). A tilt-shift film by Joerg Daiber shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Postproduction with After Effects.

5125 Steamy rice noodles--Yangon , Myanmar | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

5125 Steamy rice noodles--Yangon , Myanmar | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hello this is Lukas @lukas.birk sharing images from the Myanmar Photo Archive. Today I want to show you a few images highlighting the role photography played in the 1950s and 60s as a way to create and share memories with friends and family. Not unlike in the rest of the world photography became more accessible during this time for people in Myanmar. Starting from the 1950s having your photo taken in a photo studio was much more the norm than a decade prior.  Several hundred photos in the…

Hello this is Lukas @lukas.birk sharing images from the Myanmar Photo Archive. Today I want to show you a few images highlighting the role photography played in the 1950s and 60s as a way to create and share memories with friends and family. Not unlike in the rest of the world photography became more accessible during this time for people in Myanmar. Starting from the 1950s having your photo taken in a photo studio was much more the norm than a decade prior. Several hundred photos in the…

Photo of the Day: Preparing a Meal for the Monks Photo by Kyaw Kyaw Winn (Yangon, Myanmar); Bago Myanmar

Photo of the Day: Preparing a Meal for the Monks Photo by Kyaw Kyaw Winn (Yangon, Myanmar); Bago Myanmar

Everyday Life In Indonesian Villages Captured by Herman Damar | "И пусть весь мир подождёт!" or "And let the whole world wait!" By Ekaterina Tselikovskaya

Everyday Life In Indonesian Villages Captured by Herman Damar | "И пусть весь мир подождёт!" or "And let the whole world wait!" By Ekaterina Tselikovskaya

Kitchen, Yangon | A woman is cooking noodles in her restaurant kitchen in Yangon (Rangoon

Kitchen, Yangon | A woman is cooking noodles in her restaurant kitchen in Yangon (Rangoon

A vivid, insider's account of one of the most inaccessible and mysterious countries in Asia, this book looks beyond topographical features to discover the psyche of the people of Myanmar. Appointed to train local journalists for 18 months at the English-language weekly The Myanmar Times, and despite a measure of danger in accepting the assignment, Peter Olszewski throws himself into the daily life and culture of Yangon- even finding himself in a real life... >>[Peter Olszewski - 2005]

A vivid, insider's account of one of the most inaccessible and mysterious countries in Asia, this book looks beyond topographical features to discover the psyche of the people of Myanmar. Appointed to train local journalists for 18 months at the English-language weekly The Myanmar Times, and despite a measure of danger in accepting the assignment, Peter Olszewski throws himself into the daily life and culture of Yangon- even finding himself in a real life... >>[Peter Olszewski - 2005]

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