I have been looking forward to this moment for a few days now because this is going to be the first of a series of personal travel posts.
Since I got my new MacBook Pro last week, it is so much easier and faster to download pictures from my camera, sort them and edit them. The only difficulty left is the selection process. On my recent trip to Myanmar I already did some sorting on the plane and came home with only 150 photos. However I found it still difficult to pick my favorite ones for the blog. So I decided to show you a selection from my dslr as well as my iPhone. Today I would like to share the first part – the dslr selection – of my photos from Myanmar.
As Rydyard Kipling once rightly said: ” This is Burma. It is quite unlike any place you know about.” Having traveled to 50 countries I couldn’t agree more. Wanderlust is my elixir of life and I will never get bored of discovering new countries, exploring new places and meeting new people but with the addition that there are exiting and interesting travels. Myanmar does definitely belong to the exciting ones. We went to three different areas in Myanmar- Yangon, Inle Lake and Bagan. Todays post shows you a small selection of my dslr photos from Yangon and Lake Inle. Photos of Bagan will follow in a post with iPhone photos of Myanmar. If you do have any questions about planing a journey to Myanmar or if you would like to see this kind of information in a future post, please let me know my email/ facebook or in the comment section. In the meantime enjoy the first impressions of one of the most wonderful countries in the world, Myanmar….