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While her girlfriend is taking pictures in the Hsu Taung Pyi Pagoda in Bagan, a young lady is pose. Buddha sisters in their treacherous rose-colored garments walk beside the full moon market near the Shwezigon Pagoda, Bagan. Beautiful view of the recently refurbished Ananda Temple from the recently built vantage point near Bern, kindly provided by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency.
Inle Lake. He is a paddy grower who cultivates his harvest in the well-equipped agricultural area around Lake Inle. Inle Lake, the afternoons. Someone who updates his online community in the Mahamuni Pagoda, Mandalay. Your betrothal photographs at the Kuthodaw Pagoda, Mandalay. A sunset on the Irrawaddy, seen from the teak U Bein Bridge.
Cool kid at U Min Thonze Pagoda, Sagaing Hill. The Irrawaddy from Sagaing Hill. Final view of Taung Kalat Abbey seen from Popa Mountain Resort. They could take 777 overcrowded stairs barefooted, some not much more than stairs while watching their possessions from angry apes to get an understated look in any way, or they could drive you to this place to drink a chill.
Take some magical photos on one of David's 2018 small group trips to Burma (Myanmar).
Air photos show the dazzling beauty of Myanmar's temples
Myanmar's luxuriant countryside with its glittering golden sanctuaries is the dreams of every aviation aficionado. London photographer and London architectural Dimitar Karanikolov provides the viewer with a bird's view of this ideal setting in a sky-high photo sequence of UAVs and hotshots. Every photo shows one of the thousand of centuries-old Buddha Schools, sanctuaries and pilgrimages that have been constructed in the vast woods of Bagan, Yangon and Mandalay.
Although they rise high above the tree line, these structures are not fully visible from the floor, as Karanikolov's air views show their amazing size and unanticipated symetry. Not only do these images underline the temple's beauties, they also exemplify the importance of Buddhism in Myanmar's past and present.
In Bagan alone there are over 10,000 sanctuaries, and - as can be seen in Karanikolov's photographs - many of them are currently being renovated. Although Myanmar has an age-old connection to the religious world, Karanikolov's contemporary attempt to photograph his monasteries shows it from a dazzlingly new view. Myanmar In Myanmar Knights of the Past, a serial of air photographs, London photographer and London architectural Dimitar Karanikolov captured the beauties of Bagan, Yangon and Mandalay Tibetan temple art.