The best of Myanmar photography tour 2015

For my 4th photography tour in Myanmar I had once again 6 great participants. 10 days through amazing Myanmar, from Yangon to Inle lake. This year I added Pindaya on the itinerary and I did not regret it, I will make sure to be back there next year!

I asked them to send me 3 of their favourite photos, so here they are:

Belen Alcat: 

Young Burmese monk reading

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Asian girl in a train in Myanmar

Copyright Belen Alcat

A blurry photo of people brooming Shwedagon pagoda

Copyright Belen Alcat

 

Wayne Berriman: 

Farmers walking home at sunset

Copyright Wayne Berriman

Pao people working in the rice fields in Pindaya

Copyright Wayne Berriman

Burmese man burning rice straws

Copyright Wayne Berriman

 

Shari Allison:

Young monk touching a cow in Myanamar

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Portrait of an old man in Myanmar

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Portrait of a young girl with thanaka in Myanmar

Copyright Shari Allison

 

Jill Smith:

Burmese woman working in the tea plantations in Pindaya

Copyright Jill Smith

Young monk portrait

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Young monk in Myanmar

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Cecylia Berriman:

close up of a Nepali girl in Kalaw

Copyright Cecylia Berriman

portrait of a Pao woman around Inle lake

Copyright Cecylia Berriman

Young Burmese girl in a market

Copyright Cecylia Berriman

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Etienne

Founder of Pics of Asia, Etienne is a teacher with a photography habit.

2 Comments

  1. Belen Alcat on November 24, 2015 at 12:13 am

    Thanks for a wonderful trip Etienne! I learnt a lot and it was fun. I walked away with new friends, some really nice pics and having advanced in the work in progress that are my photography skills. I m looking forward to participating in at least one of your new workshops in 2016.

  2. Jill Smith on November 25, 2015 at 6:40 am

    Thank you Etienne for a fabulous trip. You showed us some amazing places ‘well off the beaten track!’ My photography skills improved so much – you are a fabulous photographer and teacher – a rare gift! Your patience is amazing!!! Whenever I see a gazelle I shall think of you leaping through the rice fields in pursuit of an amazing photo! Great trip meeting amazing locals in remote villages, traveling with like minded people who I now call my friends! Awesome – can’t wait to the next adventure I have with you on another workshop!!!

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