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Myanmar (Burma) - Travel photography paradise | Björn Moerman

Myanmar (Burma) - Travel photography paradise  | Björn Moerman | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

When planning my travels, I'm often try to have the most spectacular and interesting places towards the end of the trip and this how it worked out again during my latest photo-adventure to Myanmar (Burma)! I often find myself needing a few days to fully "get into the zone" during these longer photo-adventures.

BAGAN

In the last part of my Myanmar blog-series, we first will be visiting the ancient city of Bagan (Pagan); From the 9th till the 13th centuries, the city was the capital of the Kingdom of Pagan, the first Kingdom that did unify the regions and that would eventually become modern Myanmar. During the height of the Kingdom between the 11th and 13th century, more than 10.000 temples, pagodas and monasteries were built in the plains of Bagan. Today over 2200 remain in a surprisingly good condition....

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A few more pictures from Myanmar (Burma) | Roger Gould

A few more pictures from Myanmar (Burma) | Roger Gould | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Having a background of photography and graphic arts, I am always looking for the odd sign or notice that will put a smile on my face. A few turned up in Myanmar as you will see below. Also interesting was the car and driving laws. The cars are right hand drive, just like Australia but instead of driving on the left side of the road they drive on the right side. Confusing to an Australian driver!