NITSAN TAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Press on the Gallery to view fullscreen
In all the Padodas we visited and all over Burma, everybody was alway very friendly and never objected to being photographed.
We were told by the locals that this procession celebrates children's entrance to Buddhism.
Many boys were riding on horses
The young children sat on a stage.
Hand made umbrellas.
A monk plating the buddha statue with gold leaf.
Mother washing a child in the market.
The monks are always barefoot
female monks wear pink and don't go on food collections
This is a small factory for hand made lacquered goods.
Bathing in the river.
Out of gallery
ASYLUM ACCESS ECUADER