'Burmese Days' Exhibition of Photographs by Gary Latham

Exhibition of Photographs as part of the Walthamstow, E17 Art trail in London. All photographs are from the All Points East Photography Tours of Burma, led by Gary Latham Photography, Jan/Feb 2014.

Gary Latham Photography leads photography tours in Burma every year with All Points East from November to March...
Dawn slips by, a new day begins, as we pass under the road and rail bridges over the Irrawaddy River. Slowly ever slowly meandering our way to ancient Bagan. Leaving Mandalay by boat for ancient Bagan.
After dredging the weeds from the lake's bottom, Inle lake dwellers will eventually use the weeds as fertilizer for the floating gardens.
As the sun rises, the mist dissipates to reveal a make-shift village on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, near Mandalay.
A young novice monk lights candles in front of the reclining Buddha statue in preparation for the Ananda Festival, Bagan.
The sugar cane harvest is in full swing in the fields around Lake Inle. Soon the ox carts will arive to transport the cane to the village for processing.
Young men from the Palaung village head off to the rice terraces in the hills around Kalaw.
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