23 September 2018
In order to experience the countryside we decided to do an overnight trek with a nights stay in a village with simple accomodation- that is sleeping on the floor with mosquitos for company.
The fields were very dry as it was the end of the rainy season and into summer. I asked the guide whether there was any advantage doing a three or four day trek? He said not really it is more of the same! Anyway it was a great experience as I felt we saw the real Burma. Life was easier as I had a porter to take my camera gear and tripod. I definitely felt like a colonialist and the natives were very friendly ! The guide and porter also did the meals when we were at the homestay. They did a great job and the food was as tasty as any restaurant we had eaten at previously.
1. 24 April 2018 Nikon D750 iso160 24mm f10 1/250sec Nikon 24-70mmf2.8
2. 25 April Nikon D750 iso360 200mm f10 1/200sec
3. 24 April Nikon D750 iso 360 200mm f10 1/320sec
4. 24 April Nikon D750 iso2800 70mm f5.6 1/160sec Nikon 70-200mm f4
5. 24 April Nikon D750 iso 100 26mm f8 1/125sec
6. 24 April Nikon D750 iso 2200 90mm f8 1/250sec
7. 24 April Nikon D750 iso 5000 200mm f8 1/250sec
8. 25 April Nikon D3s iso800 86mm f9.5 1/180sec
9. 25 April Nikon D3s iso 800 200mm f6.7 1/180sec
10. 25 April Nikon D750 iso 200 86mm f10 1/250sec