Photographer's Note

Ubein Bridge, Amarapura, one of the famous touristic place in Myanmar. The bridge itself was built in 1841, originally only with teak woods, by the Mayor called U Bein. It was built across a lake. The lake had lots of water after every rainy-season, provide fish for the neighboring villages. Fisherman can be seen almost everyday. The way of fishing depends on the level water in the lake. Here is one. I took this picture in October, 2004. One month before, there was uncommon heavy rain in this region and the bridge was under water for a while. It even lean to a side, so that the renovation has been made few months later.

The original pic was little over exposed. I try to correct with photoshop. Please give me comments whatever flaws in this pic.

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