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The walls of Myanmar (Burma)

The walls of Myanmar (Burma) is by Julian Ray (Website | Blog | Instagram, see also his previous guest posts): It’s 6:00am in downtown Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) and the people that are part of my travel photography group are complaining boisterously about the Monsoon rains that are in full force outside. They all want to stay in the hotel […]

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Thanakha faces from Burma

One of the first things most people seem to notice when arriving for the first time in Burma is the centuries old, uniquely Burmese tradition known as Thanakha. What fascinates me as a professional photographer is how beautiful and unique this form of cosmetic artistry is. Unlike most western cosmetic schemes that seem to have […]

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The orphaned children of Burma by Julian Ray

Today’s guest post is by Julian Ray: As a long-time documentary and travel photographer I have seen many travel trends come and go. The “hot” places to be, Katmandu, Machu Picchu, Ko Phi-Phi, El Camino de Santiago de Compostela, Ubud, on and on. It seems that the place where I live and work right now is […]

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