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A zoomed shot of the mid 19th century world's longest teakwood foot-bridge that spans for 1.2 km across Taungthaman Lake in Amarapura, home to one of Burma's most famous sights. Interesting how this rickety and wobbly in certain sections, has stood the test of time and braved for over two centuries of flooding and monsoons.

Indeed is a peaceful place to relax, socialise or just to have a nice stroll with great views in harmony with nature. Wouldn't say it's amazing, but for sure it's worth for a few shots before nightfall....


Setting: 200 mm, 1/125 sec, F18, ISO Raw 200, 1722 hrs

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