Lovely Yangon, Myanmar


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Children of Yangon


Tea House Culture is the favourite pasttime


Children earning extra pocketmoney selling postcards


Inya Lake, a favourite hangout for dating couples


Monk with heavily scarred arms looking at imitation wares
 

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Lampost at Shwedegon Pagoda


Monks practicing their english with tourists


Colonial Buildings are common like this one along strand road


Trishaw riders whizzing passengers around at dusk


Chubby baby amused at my finger
 

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Nun awaiting alms from passengers on the ferry


A plum delicacy selling by the road


Villagers are very friendly and will invite you into their house, even invite you to their neighbours house


We haven't figured out if this kid is a boy or girl..


Villagers spend time listening to music, chatting or playing sports
 

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Children monkeying around


Children are playful and photogenic


Hey.. I've got a brand of vehicles with my name !


Passengers rush to get off the ferry


All sorts of things are sold at the market.. like this lovely puppy we're so tempted to buy
 

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Nice series Willy. I am tempted to visit that country.
 

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Hi Willy, these are some of the best photos I've seen in Clubsnap!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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What can one say? :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Thanks for sharing!
 

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These are some very impressive series of travel photos. It is great to see so much interaction with the locals in your photos. PR skills is definitely important here.
 

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In case anybody is interested... all photos are shot with the Nikon D70s..
Lenses are 10-20mm, 85mm and occasionally the 17-55mm
 

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nice, willy! will these be part of some photo exhibition soon?

so i guess u missed seeing urself on TV on monday? :bsmilie:
 

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No plans for an exhibition yet..
Ya.. I was on the plane when it was airing but my family did a recording.. but missed the first part...

The production company will pass me a dvd next week..
 

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Hey willy....agree with the guys on the interaction part to get a more personal frame instead of those typical 'tourist' shots :thumbsup:

However, I cant help but noticed the distortion of your WA :think: Given your level of experience, were they deliberate ? creativity ? or I reckon there wasnt much time for you to snap before you lose that moment ?....esp. the monk shot :)

*just curious* ;)
 

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AhV said:
Hey willy....agree with the guys on the interaction part to get a more personal frame instead of those typical 'tourist' shots :thumbsup:

However, I cant help but noticed the distortion of your WA :think: Given your level of experience, were they deliberate ? creativity ? or I reckon there wasnt much time for you to snap before you lose that moment ?....esp. the monk shot :)

*just curious* ;)
Basically the distortion doesn't bother me.. most of the time.. I'll try to use the distortion to emphasise and exaggerate some parts...
 

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beautiful photos. Love the Trishaw riders photo....:thumbsup:

Willy how did you do it?
 

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These photos are very well taken!

:)
 

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