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bago or pegu is a small town 120km east of Yangon, Burma, Myanmar. About 1000 years ago and also during colonial times this was a very well known city. Now the city is in not so good conditions but is very interesting from a tourist point of view. Bago this days is know for woodworks, they make beautiful objects from padauk rootwood, it looks better than the one used for the dashboard of a rolls royce or maybach/ mercedes benz cars. pls. visit www.allmyanmar.com for more. A new site on Thailand www.thailandsouthern.com, check it out.


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Registered: November 2004
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Date: Fri June 3, 2005
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Keywords: burma myanmar rootwood bago pegu monastery
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muldoon_smooth
Epic shot . Is your Linhof Technika the big sheet film camera?
#1 Fri June 3, 2005 11:09am

Rangy Lil
Great travel log, thanks for sharing.
Be Cool, don't freeze...
#2 Fri June 3, 2005 2:25pm

asas11
it makes 6x18 cm but 2 cm left and right are useless because to dark from the lens parameter.
#3 Fri June 3, 2005 5:27pm

etfon911
Generally nice, but there's some sort of splotching going on on the right that's a bit distracting. Do you have any more where we could see a bit more detail?
#4 Fri June 3, 2005 10:01pm

asas11
ref. etfon


it a little dark, but as I already mentioned before, the extrem wideangle lense in the camera gives shadows at both ends. I've cut them off on the left but to cut on the right it would have disturbed the composition, also dodging in PS cant do it. Anyway I would suggest everyone go to www.allmyanmar.com ..click to e-books and download myanmar panorama in this book you will find more than hundred more good pictures, there is also a sample edition, it costs only little money, it's worth it, you will see things you never imagined before.
#5 Sat June 4, 2005 10:19am




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