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Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Pazundaung Zay (II)

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A few more pictures from Yangon’s Pazundaung market.

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3 Responses to “Pazundaung Zay (II)”

  1. bluebrightly

    Riches beyond belief! I’m thinking your technique of using the saturated, film-like colors and a lot of dark areas helps the eye to focus. I bet these scenes are really complex, and one has to find a way to simplify them a bit, visually. What you’ve figured out is so successful. I love the repeating patterns too – those pinwheels they’re making are amazing, it speaks of having time to care about what’s right in front of you. What are those bundled plants in the 5th photo?

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    • Jon Sanwell

      Thank you! Yes, I always like quite deep shadows in my pictures. The plants in the 5th picture are sugar cane – there are lots of street stalls selling sugar cane juice here.

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