Streets of Yangon III
In a few weeks, I’m heading back to Myanmar, this time for just over a month. I’m looking forward to seeing parts of the country that I didn’t have time to explore earlier in the year, but I’m also really excited about spending time in Yangon again. Although I spent a fair amount of time there on my first trip, I feel that there’s a lot more still to see and experience.
Thinking about my return trip has made me look again through the pictures from my first visit, and I found quite a few that I liked, but which I hadn’t posted before – so I thought it was time for a third and final installment in my Streets of Yangon series. These pictures were all taken in Yangon in February and March of this year.
9 Responses to “Streets of Yangon III”
Really interesting to see this and get an idea of what it’s like there.
An excellent serie!! Great portraits!!
Enjoy your return and beautiful photography…lovely captures…
great shots of Yangon. We were there at the same time. It was a fascinating city.
Super – your pictures also capture the diversity of the ethnicity of the people there which I find so interesting compared to Hanoi. Love the photos as always
These moved me. Thank you for sharing!
Hello Jon, I’ve been following with ever increasing fascination your posts about Myanmar. I’m heading there in a few weeks and am looking forward to seeing for myself the scenes you have shared here. I’ve included your post in the Freshly Seen feature on my blog.
Thanks, Jill, and I hope you enjoy your trip. Myanmar’s fantastic place to visit, and I’m really looking forward to getting back there myself.