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Old 04-05-2019   #361
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Michael, I've always enjoyed your images. I feel they have a unique tone and style that's immediately identifiable as yours - vibrant, bright, and full of life. I'm not sure if you've heard, but now that you've relocated to North America, you might be happy to hear this news:
https://www.casualphotophile.com/201...ge-100-review/
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Great work with the Zeiss, Michael. Bravo!!!..
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Michael, I've always enjoyed your images. I feel they have a unique tone and style that's immediately identifiable as yours - vibrant, bright, and full of life. I'm not sure if you've heard, but now that you've relocated to North America, you might be happy to hear this news:
https://www.casualphotophile.com/201...ge-100-review/
Thanks a lot dourbalistar, that is an awesome comment and I really appreciate it. The news about Kodak Pro Image 100 is exciting, I hope others who have been wanting to try this film out can finally do so.


Toreno, thanks, I love the Zeiss

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Yangon.....one of my favorite snacks, steamed pork buns. This guy had turned his bicycle into a mobile food stand and works around the Yangon bus station.


Loikaw, Myanmar...... love her shopping basket
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I rented a motorbike in Mon State and explored some really remote areas and had blast.
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Holy cow, I can buy Kodak Pro Image 100 in Australia! Gonna make it happen.
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Holy cow, I can buy Kodak Pro Image 100 in Australia! Gonna make it happen.
For the last 2 months I have been holding on to 9 rolls of Kodak Pro Image and shooting Fuji film instead. Now that I know that it will be available in the states soon, I am going to start shooting it again.

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Ye.....I was lost in the countryside and stopped at a monastery to ask for directions and next thing I knew I was eating lunch with these guys.


There are some really cool hats in Mon State


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Bagan....I like the light and the colors in this photo
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Outside the most luxurious shopping mall in Myanmar
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Yangon may look sketchy but it's not, it's actually pretty safe to walk around and take photos.
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