Some portraits from In Dein, Myanmar.

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You have seen a series from Yangon and Nyaung Shwe. Here is another set this time from In Dein. Hope you like this series too.

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Outstanding set as always. I honestly think these pics are for National Geographic Magazines' cover page. Particularly pic#8.
 
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I was just thinking "this guy is such a genius," when I got to #8 and it knocked me out of my chair. What a shot!
 

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Outstanding set as always. I honestly think these pics are for National Geographic Magazines' cover page. Particularly pic#8.

I was just thinking "this guy is such a genius," when I got to #8 and it knocked me out of my chair. What a shot!

Absolutely agree; and this is the work of a master photographer. Superb, Banhup!!
 
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Thank you all for viewing this series and leaving your comments. And thanks for the kind words!
 
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I can't even pick a favorite because they all tell their own story. You have achieved this with every picture in these 2 series you have posted. Well done :smile:
 
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Thanks so much to all of you!

Max, I used the 24-70 for these except for #6 and 8 where I used the 24/1.4.
 

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