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Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Pazundaung Zay (III)

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A final – for now – few pictures from Pazundaung market in Yangon. The city is full of markets, big and small, from improvised local street markets to grand old colonial constructions. Pazundaung is somewhere in between these two extremes, a thriving local market on the banks of the heavily polluted Pazundaung Creek.

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4 Responses to “Pazundaung Zay (III)”

  1. bluebrightly

    Too many to love, as usual, but especially the bananas! And the photo directly after them, and the baskets. Also, the bemused expression on the gentleman reading the paper is wonderful. Thank you for being there, noticing, taking the photographs, processing them SO beautifully, and posting. 🙂

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  2. Happy Luke

    Hi Jon, found your photos from Beauty-n-Beasts blog and I must say, I got instantly hooked at your street shots. I love the contrast and the colors of the images. You should do a tutorial of how you edit your photos next time haha. Keep shooting!

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