Amarapura is a small town in central Burma, however it was the capital sometime in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is visited today mostly for U Bein bridge, the longest teak bridge in the world. I spent a day around Amarapura, meeting many friendly people, until I came into a teahouse, which are a common place in Myanmar to stop and drink and smoke. This old man struck up a conversation with me in his limited english, and wanted to know about my home country of Australia, as the newspaper had reported flooding in Queensland. I asked him for his portrait and he gladly accepted.
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yquem46 (38750) 2012-10-09 23:20
A good portrait in daily life situation, with delicate intimate light
Colors well rendered
Have a nice day, best regards
ajayrawat (656) 2012-10-10 4:25
I like the composition and teh way you have got the man in the center and objects neatly displayed, a bit unusual for a natural shot but for some reasons makes it interesting.
leo61 (0) 2012-10-10 10:18
this is a good enviromental portrait of this man .
I like the details in the foreground,especially his cherot.