July 16, 2012

Weekend Photo Theme – Myanmar’s Temples

Weekend Photo Theme is a weekly photography article where either Dale or Franca will choose a theme, select 5 pictures to sum that theme up & tie them together with their interests of Architecture, Art, Design & Travel.

Working on the blog, trying to put some items together – and I begin to procrastinate. We all do it, and it’s even easier to do if what you’re working on is internet based. Fifteen minutes in & I’m reading some posts on a highly informative/friendly group on Facebook, called Travel Bloggers. On there I came across some people discussing the possibilities of travel to & through Myanmar (Burma to some).

Well, luckily, someone had been there before, had blogged about it & now was passing on the information to someone else. That ‘someone else’ wasn’t me – but it is now.

I read one of the posts and immediately fell in love with the world in which I found myself. I don’t want confess my love to much, I don’t want to sway peoples opinions; but look some of the pictures I’ve selected & try and tell me you wouldn’t like to be on the plane with me? Hopefully, Franca will be.

DSC565/Burma/Old Bagan/Pagode Nat Hlaung Kyaung
via Dany13 on Flickr (cc)

Monks, Burma
via Racoles on Flickr (cc)

20051201 Burma ARE 049
via Jazzplanet on Flickr (cc)

Temples, Bagan, Burma
via Racoles on Flickr (cc)

via Druidabruxux on Flickr (cc)

Tags:  burma myanmar photos theme travel

Dale Davies
Dale is the British half of Angloitalian Follow Us - a slow vegan travel blog - and has been travelling full-time since June 2012.

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Jan 13, 2013

I watched a film titled “They Call It Myanmar” on Netflix last night, if you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. Very informative.
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