I’ve decided to put some order into my videoclips and have been making short videos less than 2.5 minutes and have been putting them on Facebook. I thought I would try and post one here and find out what you think.
My wife and I visited Myanmar in early 2017 and were fortunate to make a Hot Air Balloon ride at sunrise. Here it is!
I keep coming back to Myanmar. What a sensational holiday we had in this wonderful country. I think the photos speak for themselves
When we were in Myanmar in early 2017 we were lucky to visit a school and spend some time with the children.
Here are two of my favourite 2017 photos. Both of them were taken in Myanmar at the beginning of the year.
These are for the last Daily Post Photo Challenge of 2017.
Herer is my interpretation of this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge – It’s Easy being Green.
Boatman – Myanmar
The Daily Post Photo Challenge – The Road Taken
While in Myanmar my wife and I saw many sunsets but on this day, I went down from the terrace of the tea-room and along a path of Sunflowers to the beach.
My reward was stunning. A ‘road’ well taken!
Here is my entry to this weeks One Word Photo Challenge – Exposure.
These are photographs taken in various temples in Myanmar. The first image is the interior of a massive temple bell from the inside. Two other photographs show recent discoveries when layers of plaster were meticulously stripped down, revealing ancient natural pigment drawings beneath.
I feel that these photos depict the passage of time through exposure to the elements.
This is my entry to this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge – A Good Match. This was taken just before we took off on a Hot Air Balloon ride over the Bagan Plain in Myanmar a few weeks ago.
This week’s prompt is escape and it brought to mind my recent trip to Myanmar (Burma) which was an escape not only geographically but also in time. Wonderful country, fantastic people, all smiles.
I was lucky to be on a small boat near the bridge – and supplied with champagne while waiting for the sunset. It was magical.
The U Bein Bridge is a crossing that spans the Taungthaman Lake near Amarapura in Myanmar. The 1.2-kilometre (0.75 mi) bridge was built around 1850 and is believed to be the oldest and longest teakwood bridge in the world. (Wikipedia)