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Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Pazundaung Zay (I)

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Pazundaung market has become one of my favourite locations for photography in Yangon over the last few months. It’s mainly known for its fresh fish, meat, fruit and vegetables, but you can also find clothing, household goods, spices and, due to its riverside location, rope and fishing nets.

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13 Responses to “Pazundaung Zay (I)”

  1. allentimphotos2

    A wonderful series. The light and dark of the umbrella repair person image is got to be my favorite. It’s a great capture with his hands working in the dark space.

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  2. bluebrightly

    I’m with Alison – that second photo really has a lovely mood. But they’re all terrific, and the cat sleeping on the garlic, well, that’s priceless! And as always, your use of color, and the darkened vignettes, seems perfect for the subjects.

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