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Image of The Week: Myanmar – Cast Away at Last Light

This weeks image is another from our trip to Myanmar early last year. After moving around the country at quite a quick pace. From Yangon to Mandalay, we managed to squeeze a fair bit in. After this fast paced travel, we decided to head to the beach for a bit of R&R and to recharge the batteries before heading on to Laos. The small fishing village of Ngapali is quite difficult to get to if your on a short visit, with many bad roads between it and the nations capital. Due to our short timeframe we decided to fly in.

The town of Ngapali is quite a sleepy little place with a long sandy beach and a good selection of local restaurants to sample the fresh sea food. For anyone heading to Myanmar, I recommend a stop at Ngapali near the end of their trip. It’s a very relaxing place.

Travel Photography: Myanmar - Cast Away at Last Light

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Jason has traveled the world extensively during the last 20 years, with overland journeys on six continents and across over 90 countries. This site serves as a chronicle of the images and tales from these journeys, as well as offering advice and general information for other like minded travelers.

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  1. Brilliant as usual Jason. Inspiring me to get on my photos from Myanmar as well…

    • Jason says:

      Hi Dustin, Thanks for the kind words. I know you must have many images tucked away from your travels to Myanmar. Editing can be quite a drain sometimes, but I suppose you just need to lock yourself away for a few days. Safe travels mate and thanks for stopping by.

  2. Kym Ciftci says:

    It really is an awesome photo

  3. Gorgeous and the title is fitting – Looks like he is casting the sun. Bravo!

    • Jason says:

      Hey Maria, Glad you like the shot. I was trying to get a good shot of the net being cast and freeze it’s motion. All the time the sun was setting lower and lower and light was becoming scarce.

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