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Two ladies walk to the farms in Mrauk U.

Two ladies walk to the farms in Mrauk U.

Two ladies walk to the farms in Mrauk U.

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  • Image © 2011 Eugene Latt
Some of the favourite shots I took using Canon EOS 20 D with 90-300mm and 18-55mm lenses.

Published on 2/27/11

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