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Myanmar (Burma)

Serena Bowles | Monks on U Bein Bridge, Myanmar

Monks on U Bein Bridge, Myanmar

One of the former capitals of Myanmar, Amarapura is on the outskirts of Manadalay, in the north of the country. One of the most popular sights to see in Amarapura is U Bein Bridge, the longest teak bridge in the world, measuring 1.2 km. This shot shows a group of young monks crossing the bridge, silhouetted against the orange glow of sunset.
Serena Bowles | Two Balloons - Sunrise at Bagan, Myanmar

Two Balloons - Sunrise at Bagan, Myanmar

Bagan - or Pagan as the British called it - was the most important city in Myanmar from the 11th century AD until the end of the 13-century, when the Mongols invaded. During that time over four thousand temples were built in an area of 40 square kilometres, and well over two thousand remain intact today. This picture shows hot air balloons rising above the stupa-strewn landscape at sunrise.
Serena Bowles | Fishermen at Sunset, Amarapura, Myanmar

Fishermen at Sunset, Amarapura, Myanmar

one of the former capitals of Myanmar, this shot depicts two fishermen in a small boat, silhouetted against the orange glow of sunset.
Serena Bowles | Two Balloons over Bagan at Sunrise, Myanmar

Two Balloons over Bagan at Sunrise, Myanmar

Bagan - or Pagan as the British called it - was the most important city in Myanmar from the 11th century AD until the end of the 13-century, when the Mongols invaded. During that time over four thousand temples were built in an area of 40 square kilometres, and well over two thousand remain intact today. This picture shows hot air balloons rising above the stupa-strewn landscape at sunrise.
Serena Bowles | Temple Town, Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Temple Town, Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Bagan - or Pagan as the British called it - was the most important city in Myanmar from the 11th century AD until the end of the 13-century, when the Mongols invaded. During that time over four thousand temples were built in an area of 40 square kilometres, and well over two thousand remain intact today. This picture shows the stupa-strewn landscape in the early morning.
Serena Bowles | Dawn Breaks over Inle Lake, Nyaungshwe, Myanmar (Burma)

Dawn Breaks over Inle Lake, Nyaungshwe, Myanmar (Burma)

Lake Inle is a large freshwater lake in the Shan Hills in Myanmar (formally known as Burma) renowned for its beauty. It is a popular tourist attraction amongst visitors to the country, who take early morning boat trips to watch the sun rise over the tranquil waters of the lake.
Serena Bowles | Sunrise Temples, Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Sunrise Temples, Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Bagan - or Pagan as the British called it - was the most important city in Myanmar from the 11th century AD until the end of the 13-century, when the Mongols invaded. During that time over four thousand temples were built in an area of 40 square kilometres, and well over two thousand remain intact today. The stupa-strewn landscape is particularly spectacular at sunrise at sunset.
Serena Bowles | Fishermen at Sunset, Amarapura, Myanmar (Burma)

Fishermen at Sunset, Amarapura, Myanmar (Burma)

one of the former capitals of Myanmar, this shot depicts two fishermen in a small boat, silhouetted against the orange glow of sunset.
Serena Bowles | Man in Lungi Walking with Basket, Myanmar (Burma)

Man in Lungi Walking with Basket, Myanmar (Burma)

A man walks home along a mud path, carrying a rattan basket supported by a long bamboo pole, which rests over one shoulder. Taken in rural Myanmar.