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LEE BOGLE THE WHITE SHAWL

LEE BOGLE THE WHITE SHAWL

LEE BOGLE THE ROSE

LEE BOGLE THE ROSE

ponte di Long Bien, Ha Noi http://viaggi.asiatica.com/

ponte di Long Bien, Ha Noi http://viaggi.asiatica.com/

REFLECTIONS — Li River, Guilin, China.

REFLECTIONS — Li River, Guilin, China.

http://www.greeneratravel.com/ 'Got Places To Go and People To see' (Myanmar)

http://www.greeneratravel.com/ 'Got Places To Go and People To see' (Myanmar)

The Fisherman from Inle lake in Shan state of Myanmar | Backpacking in Southeast Asia

The Fisherman from Inle lake in Shan state of Myanmar | Backpacking in Southeast Asia

Myanmar, Burma.  Young Burmese Woman Rowing with one Leg, Looking for a Place to Set her Fishing Net.  Inle Lake, Shan State.  She is wearing thanaka paste on her cheeks, a Burmese cosmetic sunscreen. Cecil Images

Myanmar, Burma. Young Burmese Woman Rowing with one Leg, Looking for a Place to Set her Fishing Net. Inle Lake, Shan State. She is wearing thanaka paste on her cheeks, a Burmese cosmetic sunscreen. Cecil Images

Lac Inle (Inle Lake). "A freshwater lake located in the Nyaungshwe Township of Taunggyi District of Shan State, part of Shan Hills in Myanmar (Burma)."

Lac Inle (Inle Lake). "A freshwater lake located in the Nyaungshwe Township of Taunggyi District of Shan State, part of Shan Hills in Myanmar (Burma)."

Tour serene Lake Inle by longtail boat. #Myanmar

Tour serene Lake Inle by longtail boat. #Myanmar

Moken woman - The "Sea Gypsies" of the Southern Myanmar Coast are quickly declining. They have fought to maintain as many of their traditions as possible, but life has changed and they've found it nearly impossible to survive off the land due to government regulations and heavy competition for fish.

Moken woman - The "Sea Gypsies" of the Southern Myanmar Coast are quickly declining. They have fought to maintain as many of their traditions as possible, but life has changed and they've found it nearly impossible to survive off the land due to government regulations and heavy competition for fish.