The Chickadee and I did a circuit of Myanmar in late September and October. I will be releasing batches of shots from this trip – here is the first, from the first place we stayed in, the Myanmar Inle Treasure
The Myanmar trip was the first I have ever done with a full-on photography intent. I took my Sony Nex-6 and Nex-5, the 10-18 wide-angle zoom, the new 18-200 tele zoom, the 85mm Sigma prime, and the 30mm Sigma prime. I also packed loads of filters and my little Sony RX-100. The Chickadee took over the RX-100 to my delight (more of this later), and we shot pretty much everything we saw. To the extent of around 6000 frames. Out of that we got quite a few keepers, and the Chickadee effortlessly took at least 3 exhibition-class shots, and many many other great pictures. I’ll do a special post just for her stuff, but in the meantime, here are the photos from the first place we stayed in, the amazing Myanmar Treasure Resort, on the lake at Inle. In the next post, I’ll describe Inle a bit more. In the meantime here are your starters. Viewing info at the end.
Myanmar - Views of the Treasure
To View: If you have Flash the photos are best seen in full screen (press FS in the bottom right hand corner), and in slide show ( press SL). If you don’t have Flash, i.e if you are using an Apple iPad/Pod/Phone, or a Nexus 7/10 tablet, or any Android tablet running 4.1 +, you can now see them as well. Just click any of the thumbnails and a full screen slide-show should start. Information on each photo can be seen by clicking on the ‘i’ symbol in the upper right corner of the screen show.