A few photos from a recent street photography tour of Phnom Penh lead by Jeff, (Jean Francois) Perigois. Jeff is a long term resident of more..
First in a short series of posts of Cambodia photo tour images by Jean-Francois, (Jeff) Perigois. So many to choose from but can’t post them more..
The sprawling city of Rangoon, or Yangon, is no longer Burma’s official capital but is still the nation’s largest and most important city by far more..
Rangoon’s magnificent and iconic Shwedagon Paya, (Pagoda), is the City’s best known tourist destination and indeed Burma’s single most prestigious religious site. If you only more..
Rangoon, (Yangon’s), famous circular, or circle, train leaves from the City’s Central Station describing a 30 mile loop through the inner city and suburbs before more..
The harsh light of Bagan can make temple photography during the middle of the day somewhat hard work and for your more atmospheric and photogenic more..
Estimates of the precise figure vary but suffice to say there are the best part of 2,000 temples, pagodas, stupas, chedis and monasteries scattered across more..
The first thing to bear in mind is that Burma is a relatively large country, at least in Southeast Asian terms, with a poor transport more..
A frequently asked question but not an easily answered one and at the risk of doing some unapologetic fence sitting we’d say every season has more..
The Padaung people of Burma, more commonly known as the ‘Long-Neck Karen’, live in Kayah State in northeastern Burma and though the provincial capital Loikaw more..
Another of our off the beaten track Burma suggestions is the small, picturesque and highly photogenic town of Hpa-An in Karen State. Posessing a magnicifent more..
The somewhat remote, Irrawaddy Delta town of Pathein is actually officially the 5th largest ‘city’ in Burma – which makes it slightly smaller than Moulmein more..
So, Inle Lake, U Bein Bridge, Bagan and Shwedagon Pagoda are the spots to get your iconic Burma travel photos but it’s well worth thinking more..
Looking through our own Burma photos Buddhist monks and nuns feature quite heavily and we reckon there’s a very good chance the same is going more..
Most people, whether in Southeast Asia or elsewhere, enjoy seeing photos of themselves. When taking people photos then the first thing to do is to more..
Now taking people photographs in Burma does amount to pretty much the same as taking such shots anywhere else but with a few subtle differences more..
No would be our easy answer! Increasingly in Burma’s tourist hotspots you will see local people posing for photographs in return for money and to more..
You may be highly experienced or still wearing an ‘L’ plate in travel photography terms but if you’re not used to taking photographs in tropical more..
Delighted to welcome Jean-Francois, (Jeff), Perigois to our team for the upcoming 2014/15 high season. A superb travel photographer and long term Phnom Penh resident more..
Superb set of Burma photographs we gratefully received from Martin Woods taken on his recent Burma tour, “….quite unlike any land you know about”. Glad more..