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Yangon's growing photography scene

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Myanmar is rich in opportunity for keen photographers, from breathtaking vistas to crumbling colonial-era buildings, and from National League for Democracy-flag waving trishaw drivers to friendly betel nut-chewing monks.

If you're interested in photography in Myanmar, take a look at this blog on Yangon's growing photography scene by the founder of one of Yangon's most prominent galleries http://www.go-myanmar.com/yangons-distinctive-photography-scene

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