Portraits on the streets, Yangon


An Old Monk, Mrauk-U

On the street of Mrauk-U, I found this old monk walking along the street. As I aimed the camera towards him, he pointed himself in good mood.


Making Clay Pots, Tawn Tae

A young girl arranging the raw clay pots inside the big dark furnace at Tawn Tae, a small town a few kilometer away from Yangon.


Koe Thaung Temple, Mrauk U

Koe Thaung Temple is located in Mrauk U, Rakhine State Of Burma. The massive monument, built of stone walls and stone terraces measures 76 meters by 70 meters. It is is the largest temple in Mrauk U. The name means “Temple of 90,000 Buddha Images”. The temple was built between 1554 and 1556 by King Dikkha. (Ref: Wikipedia )


View from Mandalay Hill (IR)


Passengers at Central Station, Yangon


Young Buddhist Nuns, Hpa-An


Dry Season, Mandalay

The return of the herd from the pasture along the dusty path during the dry season near Mandalay. Mandalay is situated in the centre of Myanmar and famous among tourists as former royal capital of Myanmar Kingdom and a lot of places to travel to see the culture of true Myanmar(Burma).


People at Mahar Bandoola Park, Yangon


A Family at Central Rail Station, Yangon