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Recycle teak wood bridge.

Published November 26th, 2012

U-Bein bridge at Amarapura Myanmar; world's longest teak wood bridge (1.2km) ; build by Mayor U-Bein salvaging the unwanted columns from the old palace during the move to Mandalay.

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Wonders of nature above the sky at Sarangot , N...

Published October 20th, 2012

Second day in Nepal,we decided to shoot at Sarangot ;northern central of Nepal; altitude 1600m.That morning,when our van stopped I thought we reached our destination but I was wrong.We had to hike up by foot.We must hurry because the sun won't wait for us.Not easy. We were carrying belongings more than 7kg.One of our friend couldn't make it because he had belongings double our weight .I wished we can afford titanium case shooting equipment. When we reached the top;we were greeted by surprise. 'Troops' of clouds marching in; forming a huge piece of 'red carpet' above the sky. As though welcoming everyone to the land of Never Ending Peace And Love - Nepal. A place where its beauty not constructed by money or wealth but the truth of nature. After sunrise mist began to cover the valley; varnishing all villages. At that moment, a weird thought came to me. Is the nature trying to tell us something? May be it is showing us how lives came to the earth.They came with clouds;sun filled them w ...

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The Great Ocean Road. Victoria , Australia.

Published October 11th, 2012

At the viewing platform of The Port Campbell National park,by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria,Australia; we can have the pleasure of listening to sea wave sound and watch beautiful sea wave pattern like arirang mass performance. In the evening setting sun reflected on cream colored limestone; presenting the finest masterpiece crafted by erosion-The Twelve Apostles ,Loch Ard Gorge,London Bridge.During summer,the generosity of nature,with good lighting allow visitor with any kind of camera to bring home beautiful pictures .

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The Great Ocean Road. Victoria , Australia.

Published October 11th, 2012

At the viewing platform of The Port Campbell National park,by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria,Australia; we can have the pleasure of listening to sea wave sound and watch beautiful sea wave pattern like arirang mass performance. In the evening setting sun reflected on cream colored limestone; presenting the finest masterpiece crafted by erosion-The Twelve Apostles ,Loch Ard Gorge,London Bridge.During summer,the generosity of nature,with good lighting allow visitor with any kind of camera to bring home beautiful pictures .

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U.F.O in Bagan, Myanmar ?

Published October 7th, 2012

While I was uploading photos,I saw a familiar image in one of the photo taken by my husband at Bagan ,Myanmar early this year.It was a parallel lines and a shape of flying object across the sky.The parallel lines were usually seen during full moon night and the flying object;I got a picture of it underneath the moon on 5th July 2012; at 22:57 33' in a full moon night .When I compared both pictures they had some similarities."Long neck" ,"wings" and "tail"..Both were seen nearby power supply line.Could it be a kind of unidentified flying object or just an illusion?

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U.F.O in Bagan, Myanmar ?

Published October 7th, 2012

While I was uploading photos,I saw a familiar image in one of the photo taken by my husband at Bagan ,Myanmar early this year.It was a parallel lines and a shape of flying object across the sky.The parallel lines were usually seen during full moon night and the flying object;I got a picture of it underneath the moon on 5th July 2012; at 22:57 33' in a full moon night .When I compared both pictures they had some similarities."Long neck" ,"wings" and "tail"..Both were seen nearby power supply line.Could it be a kind of unidentified flying object or just an illusion?

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U.F.O in Bagan, Myanmar ?

Published October 7th, 2012

While I was uploading photos,I saw a familiar image in one of the photo taken by my husband at Bagan ,Myanmar early this year.It was a parallel lines and a shape of flying object across the sky.The parallel lines were usually seen during full moon night and the flying object;I got a picture of it underneath the moon on 5th July 2012; at 22:57 33' in a full moon night .When I compared both pictures they had some similarities."Long neck" ,"wings" and "tail"..Both were seen nearby power supply line.Could it be a kind of unidentified flying object or just an illusion?

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Dawn and dusk at Bagan , Myanmar in pastel color.

Published October 7th, 2012

In order to get good pictures ,we usually shoot from a higher ground.This time we shot from a 5 stories high stupa in Bagan Myanmar.We climbed up narrow stair which is a bit difficult for tall people;through a hole to the highest level of the stupa.It was 4 o'clock in the morning;dark and freezing cold.While my husband and his friends were busy setting their cameras I was counting stars.Waiting for the day to break.1234567.....Finally there came the first chapter of the day -The Dawn ; follow by endless shooting sound from cameras.In the late afternoon tourist from different part of the world started to fill up the highest floor of the stupa.Towards the evening late comer would have to squeeze in to find a place to stand.Some people were annoy because their view were block.I straightened my body;leaned against the wall;stand on my toe ;raised both my arms to shoot. After sunset everyone cheered for the fantastic performance of the sun.It was fun.

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Dawn and dusk at Bagan , Myanmar in pastel color.

Published October 7th, 2012

In order to get good pictures ,we usually shoot from a higher ground.This time we shot from a 5 stories high stupa in Bagan Myanmar.We climbed up narrow stair which is a bit difficult for tall people;through a hole to the highest level of the stupa.It was 4 o'clock in the morning;dark and freezing cold.While my husband and his friends were busy setting their cameras I was counting stars.Waiting for the day to break.1234567.....Finally there came the first chapter of the day -The Dawn ; follow by endless shooting sound from cameras.In the late afternoon tourist from different part of the world started to fill up the highest floor of the stupa.Towards the evening late comer would have to squeeze in to find a place to stand.Some people were annoy because their view were block.I straightened my body;leaned against the wall;stand on my toe ;raised both my arms to shoot. After sunset everyone cheered for the fantastic performance of the sun.It was fun.

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Dawn and dusk at Bagan , Myanmar in pastel color.

Published October 7th, 2012

In order to get good pictures ,we usually shoot from a higher ground.This time we shot from a 5 stories high stupa in Bagan Myanmar.We climbed up narrow stair which is a bit difficult for tall people;through a hole to the highest level of the stupa.It was 4 o'clock in the morning;dark and freezing cold.While my husband and his friends were busy setting their cameras I was counting stars.Waiting for the day to break.1234567.....Finally there came the first chapter of the day -The Dawn ; follow by endless shooting sound from cameras.In the late afternoon tourist from different part of the world started to fill up the highest floor of the stupa.Towards the evening late comer would have to squeeze in to find a place to stand.Some people were annoy because their view were block.I straightened my body;leaned against the wall;stand on my toe ;raised both my arms to shoot. After sunset everyone cheered for the fantastic performance of the sun.It was fun.

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Dawn and dusk at Bagan , Myanmar in pastel color.

Published October 7th, 2012

In order to get good pictures ,we usually shoot from a higher ground.This time we shot from a 5 stories high stupa in Bagan Myanmar.We climbed up narrow stair which is a bit difficult for tall people;through a hole to the highest level of the stupa.It was 4 o'clock in the morning;dark and freezing cold.While my husband and his friends were busy setting their cameras I was counting stars.Waiting for the day to break.1234567.....Finally there came the first chapter of the day -The Dawn ; follow by endless shooting sound from cameras.In the late afternoon tourist from different part of the world started to fill up the highest floor of the stupa.Towards the evening late comer would have to squeeze in to find a place to stand.Some people were annoy because their view were block.I straightened my body;leaned against the wall;stand on my toe ;raised both my arms to shoot. After sunset everyone cheered for the fantastic performance of the sun.It was fun.

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Dawn and dusk at Bagan , Myanmar in pastel color.

Published October 7th, 2012

In order to get good pictures ,we usually shoot from a higher ground.This time we shot from a 5 stories high stupa in Bagan Myanmar.We climbed up narrow stair which is a bit difficult for tall people;through a hole to the highest level of the stupa.It was 4 o'clock in the morning;dark and freezing cold.While my husband and his friends were busy setting their cameras I was counting stars.Waiting for the day to break.1234567.....Finally there came the first chapter of the day -The Dawn ; follow by endless shooting sound from cameras.In the late afternoon tourist from different part of the world started to fill up the highest floor of the stupa.Towards the evening late comer would have to squeeze in to find a place to stand.Some people were annoy because their view were block.I straightened my body;leaned against the wall;stand on my toe ;raised both my arms to shoot. After sunset everyone cheered for the fantastic performance of the sun.It was fun.

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Dawn and dusk at Bagan , Myanmar in pastel color.

Published October 7th, 2012

In order to get good pictures ,we usually shoot from a higher ground.This time we shot from a 5 stories high stupa in Bagan Myanmar.We climbed up narrow stair which is a bit difficult for tall people;through a hole to the highest level of the stupa.It was 4 o'clock in the morning;dark and freezing cold.While my husband and his friends were busy setting their cameras I was counting stars.Waiting for the day to break.1234567.....Finally there came the first chapter of the day -The Dawn ; follow by endless shooting sound from cameras.In the late afternoon tourist from different part of the world started to fill up the highest floor of the stupa.Towards the evening late comer would have to squeeze in to find a place to stand.Some people were annoy because their view were block.I straightened my body;leaned against the wall;stand on my toe ;raised both my arms to shoot. After sunset everyone cheered for the fantastic performance of the sun.It was fun.

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Just goats online.

Published September 26th, 2012

Tomorrow will always be the same.Counting goats in the dust, sent them home before dusk.No computer,no internet just goats online.

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Happy Fish.

Published September 24th, 2012

Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese martial arts which consist of a sequence of soft & slow movement like fish swimming in the water ; gracefully , no work , no worries , no stress but relax , relax & relax...........With photography we captured those moment ; freeze it & transform it into visible form.

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