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Fisherman par Kyaw Kyaw Winn Sony World Photography Awards 2012 - The fisherman from Inle Lake in Myanmar.Inlae is very famous for tourism place in Myanmar.This fishing and rowing style with the leg is also very famous unique one in the world.

cooking light Photo by Bas Uterwijk -- National Geographic Your Shot

Cooking Light by Bas Uterwijk. A woman is cooking rice crackers in a small hut at Inle Lake, Birma.

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Misty River, Indonesia- I am celebrating on this Pin Board so much wonder, beauty, awe, inspiration and love that my cast-out-net has brought home to me.Love IS the answer.

Open colour - Honourable mention: Braving the storm, by Joseph Tam. 'This shot was taken from a fishing village in Dianbai, in China's Guangdong province. The fisherman in the timber boat is a courier who brings the catches from fishing boats to shore regularly. The swirling threat of the storm clouds and thunderous clamour of the angry waves sends a foreboding message to most'

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Braving the storm, by Joseph Tam ‘This shot was taken from a fishing village in Dianbai, in China’s Guangdong province.

Morning sky by James Khoo

metamorpho-se: Intha fishermen, sunrise at Inle Lake, Myanmar by James Khoo Omg I love this picture

Morning rest by Brett Rylance

Photo by Brett Rylance - A Burmese fisherman rests at the point of his boat on an Inle Lake morning in Myanmar

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An Intha fisherman paddles his boat on Inle Lake in Burma/Myanmar. Some Intha people live at the edge of the lake, but others grow vegetables in floating gardens, and live in houses on stilts.

A woman is cooking rice crackers in a small hut at Inle Lake, Birma, 2008 - by Bas Uterwijk, Dutch

cooking light Photo by Bas Uterwijk — National Geographic Your Shot-A woman is cooking rice crackers in a small hut a lnle Lake,Birma.

There is nothing more captivating than exotic Myanmar. This newly opened Asian country is a paradise for photography, culture, nature and history travel. Travellers can marvel at the pagodas of Bagan, cruise Inle Lake and admire the golden stupas of Yangon.

There is nothing more captivating than exotic Myanmar. This newly opened Asian country is a paradise for photography, culture, nature and history travel. Travellers can marvel at the pagodas of Bagan, cruise Inle Lake and admire the golden stupas of Yangon.

Inle Lake, Myanmar From Above by Dimitar Karanikolov

London-based photographer, artist and architect Dimitar Karanikolov recently visited Myanmar to capture Inle Lake with his DJI Mavic.

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