Architecture, Signage and Miscellaneous.
A dentist's office in Nyaung Shwe. The irony being that many Burmese residents are either without teeth, or scared with a redish-brown set of choppers, brought on by their addiction to the betel nut.
Scenes of the city. Nyaung Shwe, Myanmar.
Monks uniforms hang to dry. Yawnghwe, Inle Lake, Myanmar.
Long boats are docked on the river canal of Nyaung Shwe. Boats are most commonly used for tourists, however also transport residents, merchandise and local passengers coming or going from the floating or permanent markets.
A mirrored stupa in Nyaung Shwe, Burma.
Stupas at dusk, Yawnghwe, Myanmar.
Market and Produce.
Bustling from early morning to midday. Market life in Nyaung Shwe, Myanmar.
Dried and fresh bulk produce. Garlic, onions, beans, spices.
Plethora of bananas, and some coconuts too. Burma.
Thinly sliced pieces of sandalwood, added to the fires of Burmese homes or pop-up kitchens.
The littlest dried fish I've ever seen. Nyaung Shwe, Myanmar.
Same vendor, different fish product. Dried shrimp harvested from Inle Lake, Burma.