Ye Lwin Oo @ William's People & Lives Posts

A local cotton wear vendor trying to sell traditional cotton wear. A candid shot created in Bagan [yelwinoo.com] , Myanmar. For more photos, click here…

Dear Friends: My optimism mood towards UGLY PHOTOS is still growing in me. I am a Wednesday Night INSOMNIA right now. I am busy visiting my friend??s…

Friends: I used to have one shot from my Phyar Pone trip named NaKeD bEaUtY [photoblog.com] . You can see this post as an extension of NaKeD bEaUtY. I saw…

Friends: That??s what I have shot some 3 months back. I went there with my best friend. In fact, we went there to see the rice bags unloading. I was holding…

Friends: Welcome to the weekend again. I have a very feeling that my friends have a strong willpower to see EXPRESSIONS on my blog. So, I have decided to give…

Friends: This time, I come up with PICTORIAL again. Yes, I have had something similar back in June 18th with the post, Queuing For Food [photoblog.com] . This…

Friends: Thanks for your sincere comments on my post Lives On The Railway (01) [photoblog.com]. I have received lots of sincere comments from my beloved…

People: This is a family on their way back home from farming works. The snapshot was taken last SUNDAY on NAY PYI TAW ?? YANGON highway. The fuel pump of our…

Friends: I have just back from NAY PYI TAW, the new government city of Burma. It was a tiring trip plus a disappointing one. The weather did not bias on me. …

Dear Friends: Thanks for your sincere comments for my previous post, A Garden On The Lake [photoblog.com]. This time, I want to slot in one more post for the…

Not much description. A family going back home from work. I can't go out of city for couples of weeks already. Busy with work lately. I really miss these…

People: These are homeless victims from HNIT PIN SAING Village of DAE DA YAE township, IRRAWADDY division. They are waiting for the food supply and aids from…

People: It was very recent shot 8.6.2008. I went those outskirt areas of PHYAR PONE. To deliver the food and other donations to the victims of NARGIS cyclone.…

People: That's very tradition of our country. People who residing in those seaside and coastal regions, normally use this kind of service to get fresh drinking…

People: These are traditional type of tri-shaw you normally see in my country. Originated from British Colony era, we still using this kind of human intensive…

People: It's not a recent shot. Was taken 2-3 months ago in a village. That guy was sitting on a pile of bamboo. He was about to swim in the stream in front…

People: Followed by the repercussion of NARGIS Cyclone in Myanmar, our people suffered from various inconveniences. The biggest trouble we have had is WATER…

People: This time is something related to religion. I have got these shots on my way to PHYAR PONE (a district town in Irrawaddy Division). I was driving and…
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