Just Added My Latest Gallery: Memories of Myanmar

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I'm just back from Myanmar – one of my all-time favorite photographic and personal adventures.

It was a difficult choice, but I picked my favorite Canon 5D Mark III images for a new Gallery here on my Squarespace site: Memories of Myanmar.

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Getting to Myanmar was not easy. Door to door: 32 hours going, 40 hours coming home. As I say, It's not easy having fun.

I will be sharing new images at my 2014 Canon sponsored Exploring the Light Seminars. I hope you can join the photo fun.

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Memories of Myanmar

I'm more than halfway through my Myanmar adventure, which makes me kinda sad because being here is a wonderful personal and photographic experience.

In about two weeks I will be posting a galley here on my site with my favorite images. Stay tuned. For now, see some of my images on my Google+ page.

I'm also making a few educational and motivational videos for The Arcanum. I'm very proud to be one of The Arcanum  Inception Masters. More to come on The Arcanum - an awesome on-line learning platform.

Opening image: One of the world's longest teak bridges.

Second image: World Largest book. Do a Google search to read about it.

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This post sponsored by Adorama - great gear at great prices.

Myanmar Day 1 Favorite Image

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Hi from day #1 in Myanmar - Yangon. Amazing culture and picture opportunities. Good Myanmar beer and great prices, too: Thai dinner with three beers was $18. Lunch was $8.

Born on a Tuesday? Check out this corner if you swing by the Shwedagon Pagoda. Other days of the week here, too.

Fading with jet lag. More images to come.

Tech info: Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 14mm lens.

Explore the light,