Five favorites from Burma

Sometimes a smile can make you forget the hot dusty Bagan market.

Another smile might be completely unexpected amongst tomatoes.

Grace could pass you by, clutching a red umbrella.

You might find contagious laughter in Mandalay.

You could be thankful for the whim of a flower tucked behind an ear.

Some of the things Burma gifted me are not limited by words.

All photos Copyright Aloha Lavina.

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About Aloha

I am a photographer and writer currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. My work has appeared in CNNGo, Canon's PhotoYou magazine, Seventeen magazine, The Korea Times, Thailand Tatler, and a few photography books including recently Blogging for Creatives, a book published in the UK. I believe there is nothing you cannot imagine that you cannot do.

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