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Updated on: May  7, 2013.

Idyllic scenes on the Inle Lake, album created on June 10, 2012

Mingalabar Burma “Mingalarbar” is a word of greeting in Burma which the nearest in English means “How are you?” or “How do you do” to which one replies in like manner without the necessity of going into a long story of one’s state of health. We keep staying in Burma and I continue with an album from the journey in May 2012. The second step of our tour was going to the famous Inle Lake in Shan State. A wonderful watery world of floating gardens, stilted villages and crumbling stupas, Inle L…

Yangon and the life of its people, album created on May 29, 2012

My first photos from our new journey to Yangon in Burma (Myanmar). During our tour in Burma in May 2012 I shot too many photos in Yangon and at the Inle Lake, so I'll share the pictures in two albums. A word to all (German) smart alecks of using the name of this country: Burma has changed its name quite often in the pass, last time to Myanmar in 1989. Other names were used as Burma, Birma (used in Germany), Myamah, Bama or Mranma, which all means the same and comes from the word "Brahma". I c…

Diving at the Similan islands, album created on May  9, 2012

When I start this album from our diving tours to the Similan islands I'd like to show my underwater photos captures with a simple FUJI FinePix F31fd pocket camera usually designed for lady handbags. Its an evidence that even with a small low-cost pocket photo camera you can shoot acceptable pictures underwater. The necessary UW housing also comes from FUJI and was a quite inexpensive equipment to start the underwater photographic captures. No flash or lightshow (divers expression for UW light)…

Luang Prabang and the north of Laos, album created on January  8, 2010

After all my previous visits to Laos in the last 16 years this excursion to the north and north-east of Laos was one of my most exciting tours in this fascinating country. The destination Phongsali is so much beside the main routes that its better to be reach from Yunnan/China than from the south part of Laos; we did it coming from Oudom Xai 232 km to Phongsali with the speed of 15 - 20 km per hour. The way back was a boat ride on the Ou river 7 hours from Hat Sa to Muang Khua. An important sid…


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Elfriede
Elfriede
Frohe Ostern!!!
5 months ago.
Hena Nente
Hena Nente
Hallo, lieber Wolfgang, ich hoffe, Du nimmst auch im Nachhinein meine herzlichsten Glückwünsche zu Deinem Geburtstag am 15. Juli entgegen !
Ich wünsche Dir weiterhin Glück und Gesundheit und freue mich weiter über alle Deine Fotos, die ich auch ohne Kommentare von mir regelmäßig bewundere !
Herzliche Grüße aus Freiburg von Hena
14 months ago.
Mickaël Mousseaux
Mickaël Mousseaux
Belles, très belles photos ! Et surtout bien documentées : c'est rare que les photos "réelles" (pas d'abstrait, pas de montage fantaisie...) soient documentées. Bien à vous !
14 months ago.
Stormlizard
Stormlizard
Have a nice day. John.

Pavol 30

Dropped in to see you photos of the "Pavilion of the Enlightened"
15 months ago.
Denish C
Denish C
Hello Wolfgang, I think you have an interest in handicrafts. If so, maybe you would like to add some of your photographs to a new Ipernity group Handicrafts of the World:

www.ipernity.com/group/handicrafts

Thanks,
Denish C.
15 months ago.

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