Streets of Yangon
The girl with the umbrella - Sule Pagoda
Inside the Sule Pagoda
Monks in the streets of Yangon. Everybody is trying to protect themselves from the sun
The bag tailors will fix anything
Handing over an offering at the Hindu temple
Taking a break from the chores at the tea shop
Slow business at the local market
A hole in the wall barber in the islamic part of Yangon
Taking a second round on the circular line train in Yangon, a few new photo opportunities came along
Making friends on the train by being friendly, smiling a lot and trying to talk with hand and feet
Enoying the sunshine
The friendly old lady bringing more veggies in
She was passing by a few times, selling a lot of her pineapple to the travelers on the train.
Dreaming while the wheels keep turning.
Leaving the train, the kid was still watching me through the window
The old monk taking a stroll around Yangon
The temple looks like a warehouse and you wouldn't expect the big Buddha inside.
Around the big Shwedagon Pagoda
Monks can be cool as well
Praising Buddha three times in a row is the way to do it
Only their faith is keeping the rock from falling down.
Gold leafs were put on the rock
Candles were lit after sunset
Streets of Myanmar
The U-Bein teak wood bridge near Mandalay. The longest teak wood bridge in the world.
The U-Bein teak wood bridge near Mandalay.
A lot of labor is still very traditional
At the weaving factory
Monks collecting alms at a monastery.
These monks were really happy to talk to me. They were fans of Angela Merkel, called her big Mummy of Europe.
The happy old lady at the market in Bagan
Temples of Bagan. More than 3000 on 17 square-kilometers