A scene from one of my favourite places to take photos...U Bein bridge near Mandalay. The teak wood bridge crosses a lake and leads to a monastery. It stretches for about 2 km and is more than 200 years old.
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lpi (4857) 2013-02-01 12:48
Du beau travail!
federico (3102) 2013-02-01 14:27
excellent composition, an unusual picture from U-bein bridge, nice colors and light
Ber (8233) 2013-02-02 11:18
A nice places with intresting bridge, Great composition
baclama (18385) 2013-02-02 11:31
encore ce pont et encore une image differente!!
tres beaux reflets, tres belle lumiere, tres belle composition!!
leo61 (0) 2013-02-02 11:32
Great shot of U Bein bridge ,taken with perfect timing and I love the reflections here!
You did well not going there,wHAT A CHANGE!!!!!!
So many new cars, shops for computers and mobile phones, even in small villages.
The prices for accommodation increased to double and triple in comparism to last year......but buddhist people are still wonderful!
It seems everybody is thinking, WOW Burma has a demomocracy now, but nothing has changed, except the generals changed their cloth.....
Maybe some day in china.....
we can meet again
bukitgolfb301 (37300) 2013-02-02 16:06
Hi dear Ryno
Sorry for my late reply to my patient with same disease with me. Ya great typical Mynmar image, I like very much.Great vertical framework with perfect reflcetion.
Thanks a lot and have a good Sunday!
karacabeylis (1465) 2013-02-03 7:07
a very nice sceen abt daily life in there. it is effective with the trees in the background as well as the strong contribution of the slight waves' amazing outlook.
sevy (15367) 2013-04-15 5:41
It is a famous photo subject. One of the main interest of such shots is to see how each photographers is dealing the subject to provide a fresh picture.
Here, I like you pressed the button when the walker and cycleman were fully visible in the middle of a wood arch.