David Lazar Captures Amazing Photos Of The Golden Land – Myanmar

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As photography has spread all over the world in recent years, so has the number of outstanding amateur images. It’s no surprise that Myanmar is one of the most photographed places, and the pictures of the Golden Land are published on magazines and online.

Catharine Karnow from National Geographic says: “Myanmar is the most photogenic place that I have ever photographed.” That’s quite a statement from someone who has worked all over the world for such a prestigious magazine.

Another Nat Geo Photographer David Lazar has also been to Myanmar and calls it his favorite place on earth to photograph. He mentions warm and welcoming people, who are generally very open to photographers, and extraordinary sceneries.

Tattooed Face Chin Tribe Lady

1 Tattooed Face Chin Tribe Lady

A Novice Monk In Bagan

2 A Novice Monk In Bagan

The Lost City Of Mrauk U

3 The Lost City Of Mrauk U

Fishermen Lighting Lantern

4 Fishermen Lighting Lantern

Padaung Tribe Lady Portrait

5 Padaung Tribe Lady Portrait

Three Young Fishermen

6 Three Young Fishermen

Monks in The Lost City Of Mrauk U

7 Monks in The Lost City Of Mrauk U

Monk With Bowl At Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery

8 Monk With Bowl At Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery

The Golden Rock And Piligrim

9 The Golden Rock And Piligrim

Novice Monk Serious

10 Novice Monk Serious

Monk At The Golden Rock

11 Monk At The Golden Rock

Fishermen Casting Net

12 Fishermen Casting Net

Three Monk Portrait Taken At A Monastery In Yangon

13 Three Monk Portrait Taken At A Monastery In Yangon

Balloon Over Bagan

14 Balloon Over Bagan

Monks Lighting Candles, Bagan

15 Monks Lighting Candles, Bagan

Fisherman On Inle Lake

16 Fisherman On Inle Lake

5 Padaung Tribe Lady Portrait