It does indeed look hot and dusty, JM! But the temple towers and the mountains in the background are still beautiful! Wonderful --realistic capture!Sylvia
A beautiful photo, Jose. Your tribute to Aung San Suu Kyi and her party's victory in gaining 43 seats of the 44 seats up for grabs (in a 600-seat Parliament) in last Sunday's by-election? :-)
That photos is stunning, it would make a magical framed picture. Diane
That's really something. I envy all of your travels. :)
@Francisca: I'm really happy about it! Finally, there's some light at the end of the (long) tunnel.
I think I can feel the heat and taste the dust! A blistering, moody photo!
Like the natural hazy effect!
Lovely, lovely, lovely. Only a couple of weeks ago, I was there! Wasn't quite so dusty then.
What a wonderful shot JM! I love the colors.
Gostei da poeira no ar.
I loved way you have captured this pictures , just awesome ...
Essa foto ficou com um clima de mistério no ar, belissima imagem!Léia
This is such an exotic image! It has an air of mystery about it shrouded in dust, colored and framed as you have done. You remind me of one of the last speeches in the movie "Bladerunner" when Roy Batty says, "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe..."
This sure is very dusty and it certainly looks hot! I still can't believe you've been to Burma. Amazing!
Very nice with the morning fog. Very good. I have been in north Thailand looks similar.Greetings,Filip
Superb pic from Myanmar. Finally the winds of democracy seem to be blowing in Myanmar.
What a gorgeous photo! Amazing!
LOVE this photo! I want to go there!!Greetings Anita ; )
Beautiful mage, very evocative of the mysterious East.
Gorgeous, mystical and dreamy. I love it!
this photo reminds of the movie Indo chine for some reason. It is a stunning foto and the dusty effect creates more drama to it.
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