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Myanmar (formerly Burma). Mon State. Mawlamyine (Moulmein). Pagode Paya Kyaik than lan (Kyaikthanlan). Burmese women in traditional costume
71398087 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Mon State. Mawlamyine (Moulmein). Pagode Paya Kyaik than lan (Kyaikthanlan). Burmese women in traditional costume
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon (Rangoon). The Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda is home to a large 70 meter long lying Buddha. His feet plants bear the 108 sacred marks that distinguish him from ordinary mortals. This giant Buddha,one of the largest in the country,is adorned with gold and precious stones.
71398079 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon (Rangoon). The Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda is home to a large 70 meter long lying Buddha. His feet plants bear the 108 sacred marks that distinguish him from ordinary mortals. This giant Buddha,one of the largest in the country,is adorned with gold and precious stones.
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Kyaiktiyo. State Mon. Sacred site of the golden rock.
71398086 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Kyaiktiyo. State Mon. Sacred site of the golden rock.
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Woman praying front of the great stupa
71398083 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Woman praying front of the great stupa
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Buddha statue.
71398081 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Buddha statue.
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon (Rangoon). The Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda is home to a large 70 meter long lying Buddha. His feet plants bear the 108 sacred marks that distinguish him from ordinary mortals. This giant Buddha,one of the largest in the country,is adorned with gold and precious stones.
71398078 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon (Rangoon). The Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda is home to a large 70 meter long lying Buddha. His feet plants bear the 108 sacred marks that distinguish him from ordinary mortals. This giant Buddha,one of the largest in the country,is adorned with gold and precious stones.
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Nuns in front of the great golden stupa
71398085 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Nuns in front of the great golden stupa
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. People front of the Great golden stupa.
71398084 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. People front of the Great golden stupa.
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Woman making Offerings
71398082 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Yangon. (Rangoon). The Shwedagon Pagoda Buddhist holy place is the first religious center of Burma because according to the legend,it contains relics of four ancient Buddhas,including eight hair of the Gautama Buddha. Woman making Offerings
Myanmar (formerly Burma). Kyaiktiyo. State Mon. Sacred site of the golden rock. Young monks.
71398080 - Myanmar (formerly Burma). Kyaiktiyo. State Mon. Sacred site of the golden rock. Young monks.
Intha leg rowing fisherman looking through fishing net, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71349819 - Intha leg rowing fisherman looking through fishing net, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing boiling water in her house to add to her favourite drink, a liquor distilled from fermented sorghum (left in the jar).The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335533 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing boiling water in her house to add to her favourite drink, a liquor distilled from fermented sorghum (left in the jar).The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing spinning cotton in her shop. She has displayed behind her the hand woven fabric she sells to tourists. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335531 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing spinning cotton in her shop. She has displayed behind her the hand woven fabric she sells to tourists. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing playing guitar on her house deck. Her husband is listening.The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335530 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing playing guitar on her house deck. Her husband is listening.The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing buying Thai food at the market. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Demoso market, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335527 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing buying Thai food at the market. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Demoso market, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman carrying her baby and wearing brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse.  Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335521 - Kayan Lahwi woman carrying her baby and wearing brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335519 - Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Monk crossing the U Bein Bridge, Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319778 - Monk crossing the U Bein Bridge, Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Bagan, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
71319747 - Bagan, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
Dawn over ancient temples from hot air balloon, Bagan (Pagan), Central Myanmar, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319590 - Dawn over ancient temples from hot air balloon, Bagan (Pagan), Central Myanmar, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Boat on Thaungthaman Lake, and U Bein's Bridge, at 1.2 km long the world's longest teak bridge, Amarapura, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319405 - Boat on Thaungthaman Lake, and U Bein's Bridge, at 1.2 km long the world's longest teak bridge, Amarapura, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Hands of Buddhist monk at Shwedagon Paya (Shwedagon Pagoda), Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319152 - Hands of Buddhist monk at Shwedagon Paya (Shwedagon Pagoda), Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Intha leg rowing fisherman viewed through net on Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71349820 - Intha leg rowing fisherman viewed through net on Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Multi-generational Kayan Lahwi peasant family portrait. The grand mother is wearing the traditional brass neck coils and clothing, which the youger women have decided not to put on any more. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335525 - Multi-generational Kayan Lahwi peasant family portrait. The grand mother is wearing the traditional brass neck coils and clothing, which the youger women have decided not to put on any more. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with her husband. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335522 - Portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with her husband. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Bagan, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
71319746 - Bagan, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
Kakku Pagoda Complex, tourist walks amongst more than 2000 pagodas, Shan state, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319412 - Kakku Pagoda Complex, tourist walks amongst more than 2000 pagodas, Shan state, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Two Buddhist monks walking across U Bein Bridge, the world's longest teak foot bridge spanning 1300 yards over Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura, near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319155 - Two Buddhist monks walking across U Bein Bridge, the world's longest teak foot bridge spanning 1300 yards over Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura, near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Two Intha leg rowing fishermen smoking cigars, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71349821 - Two Intha leg rowing fishermen smoking cigars, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Kayan Lahwi woman readjusting the brass rings she wears around her legs. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are both animists and boudhists. Women wear brass spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335535 - Kayan Lahwi woman readjusting the brass rings she wears around her legs. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are both animists and boudhists. Women wear brass spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
False brass neck rings for tourists. Either you clip two parts to have a full collar or you adjust one single part with cords around you neck. In the background a real brass neck coil (approx. 3 kg ). The tourist shops are held by Kayan Lahwi women. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet tourist market, Kayah state, Myanmar
71335526 - False brass neck rings for tourists. Either you clip two parts to have a full collar or you adjust one single part with cords around you neck. In the background a real brass neck coil (approx. 3 kg ). The tourist shops are held by Kayan Lahwi women. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet tourist market, Kayah state, Myanmar
Kayan Lahwi women at the Kay Htein Bo village celebration. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse.The traditionnal Kay Htein Bo celebration is held once a year in April in most every Kayan village. It’s an opportunity for Kayan people from all different places and even
71335524 - Kayan Lahwi women at the Kay Htein Bo village celebration. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse.The traditionnal Kay Htein Bo celebration is held once a year in April in most every Kayan village. It’s an opportunity for Kayan people from all different places and even
Portrait of a young Kayan Lahwi woman wearing false neck rings, which she wears occasionnally. She mixes the traditional Kayan shirt with modern clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear brass rings around their neck.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335520 - Portrait of a young Kayan Lahwi woman wearing false neck rings, which she wears occasionnally. She mixes the traditional Kayan shirt with modern clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear brass rings around their neck.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
A bull cart kicks up a cloud of dust on the road to Indawgyi Lake, Kachin State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319818 - A bull cart kicks up a cloud of dust on the road to Indawgyi Lake, Kachin State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Monk crossing the U Bein Bridge, Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319779 - Monk crossing the U Bein Bridge, Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Moat and palace, Mandalay Palace, Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319578 - Moat and palace, Mandalay Palace, Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Local women walking across U Bein Bridge behind, the world's longest teak foot bridge spanning 1300 yards over Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura, near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319154 - Local women walking across U Bein Bridge behind, the world's longest teak foot bridge spanning 1300 yards over Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura, near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Bullocks and cart in dramatic evening light on a dusty road at Shwenanyindaw Monastic, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71349816 - Bullocks and cart in dramatic evening light on a dusty road at Shwenanyindaw Monastic, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Kayan Lahwi woman putting a brass coil on the lower leg of her daughter. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335538 - Kayan Lahwi woman putting a brass coil on the lower leg of her daughter. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing looking after her grandchildren while the parents are working in the farm. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335537 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing looking after her grandchildren while the parents are working in the farm. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing sitting next to the front door of her home. In the background stands a buddhist altar. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are both animists and boudhists. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335534 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing sitting next to the front door of her home. In the background stands a buddhist altar. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are both animists and boudhists. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing spinning cotton in her shop. She has displayed behind her the hand woven fabric she sells to tourists. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335532 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing spinning cotton in her shop. She has displayed behind her the hand woven fabric she sells to tourists. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing sifting rice to get rid of the loose husks in a flat basket. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are in majority peasant and grow their own rice. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet region, Kayah state, Myanmar.
71335529 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing sifting rice to get rid of the loose husks in a flat basket. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are in majority peasant and grow their own rice. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet region, Kayah state, Myanmar.
Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing pounding rice in a wooden mortar. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are in majority peasant and grow their own rice. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet region, Kayah state, Myanmar.
71335528 - Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing pounding rice in a wooden mortar. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They are in majority peasant and grow their own rice. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet region, Kayah state, Myanmar.
Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335518 - Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Temples of Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319750 - Temples of Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Sunrise over the Bagan temples dating from the 11th and 13th centuries, Bagan (Pagan), Central Myanmar, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319589 - Sunrise over the Bagan temples dating from the 11th and 13th centuries, Bagan (Pagan), Central Myanmar, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Intha 'leg rowing' fishermen on Inle Lake who row traditional wooden boats using their leg and fish using nets stretched over conical bamboo frames, Inle Lake, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
71319158 - Intha 'leg rowing' fishermen on Inle Lake who row traditional wooden boats using their leg and fish using nets stretched over conical bamboo frames, Inle Lake, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
Local woman carrying goods on her head across U Bein Bridge, the world's longest teak foot bridge spanning 1300 yards over Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura, near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319156 - Local woman carrying goods on her head across U Bein Bridge, the world's longest teak foot bridge spanning 1300 yards over Taungthaman Lake, Amarapura, near Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Novice Buddhist monk praying with shafts of light, Bagan, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71349818 - Novice Buddhist monk praying with shafts of light, Bagan, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Burmese lady selling water melons. Nyaung U, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71349817 - Burmese lady selling water melons. Nyaung U, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Kayan Lahwi woman making her morning wash and cleaning her brass neck coil with rice straw. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
71335536 - Kayan Lahwi woman making her morning wash and cleaning her brass neck coil with rice straw. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. Women wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335517 - Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335516 - Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
71335515 - Head portrait of a Kayan Lahwi woman with brass neck coils and traditional clothing. The Long Neck Kayan (also called Padaung in Burmese) are a sub-group of the Karen ethnic from Burma. They wear spiral coils around their neck and lower legs.They are also nicknamed "giraffe women“.The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created under the pressure of the collar, the ribs lower and the shoulders and clavicles collapse. Pan Pet Region, Kayah State, Myanmar
Hot air balloons above the temples of Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319751 - Hot air balloons above the temples of Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Temples and pagodas at sunrise, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319687 - Temples and pagodas at sunrise, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71319406 - Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Intha 'leg rowing' fishermen at sunset on Inle Lake who row traditional wooden boats using their leg and fish using nets stretched over conical bamboo frames, Inle Lake, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
71319157 - Intha 'leg rowing' fishermen at sunset on Inle Lake who row traditional wooden boats using their leg and fish using nets stretched over conical bamboo frames, Inle Lake, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
Beach on uninhabited island in the sunlight, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
70241660 - Beach on uninhabited island in the sunlight, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
View of temples at dawn, Bagan (Pagan), Mandalay Region, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71318979 - View of temples at dawn, Bagan (Pagan), Mandalay Region, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Watermelons, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306942 - Watermelons, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Puppets play, Bagan, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
70421823 - Puppets play, Bagan, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
Two young school girls from behind walking on Inwa island ( Ava ) at Ayeyarwady River near Amarapura, Myanmar, Burma
70216503 - Two young school girls from behind walking on Inwa island ( Ava ) at Ayeyarwady River near Amarapura, Myanmar, Burma
View of hot air balloon and temples at dawn, Bagan (Pagan), Mandalay Region, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71318978 - View of hot air balloon and temples at dawn, Bagan (Pagan), Mandalay Region, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Ballooning in the early morning over the archaeological site, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma)
71318912 - Ballooning in the early morning over the archaeological site, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma)
Pindaya Cave Festival, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306946 - Pindaya Cave Festival, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Chin Lone, traditional sport in Myanmar played with a bamboo ball, Pindaya Cave Festival, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306945 - Chin Lone, traditional sport in Myanmar played with a bamboo ball, Pindaya Cave Festival, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Hand operated ferris wheel at Pindaya Cave Festival, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306947 - Hand operated ferris wheel at Pindaya Cave Festival, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Pindaya Cave Festival, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306943 - Pindaya Cave Festival, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Sea gypsies, Moken woman and child looking out of a hut, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
70241669 - Sea gypsies, Moken woman and child looking out of a hut, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
View over the field of Pagodes in Bagan, Myanmar, Burma
70216519 - View over the field of Pagodes in Bagan, Myanmar, Burma
Colorful umbrellas made of paper and bamboo in Mandalay, Myanmar, Burma
70216477 - Colorful umbrellas made of paper and bamboo in Mandalay, Myanmar, Burma
Burmese marionette, puppeteer, Burma, Asia
70036116 - Burmese marionette, puppeteer, Burma, Asia
Tizit Beach and fishing boats, Dawei Peninsula, Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71318946 - Tizit Beach and fishing boats, Dawei Peninsula, Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Portrait taken at Pindaya food market, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306950 - Portrait taken at Pindaya food market, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Pindaya food market, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306949 - Pindaya food market, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Hand operated ferris wheel at Pindaya Cave Festival, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306948 - Hand operated ferris wheel at Pindaya Cave Festival, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Pindaya Cave Festival, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306944 - Pindaya Cave Festival, Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
View from the Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
70421802 - View from the Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
Sea gypsy, Moken woman smoking, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
70241670 - Sea gypsy, Moken woman smoking, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
Kan Thar Yar Lake, Hpa An, Kayin State (Karen State), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71318947 - Kan Thar Yar Lake, Hpa An, Kayin State (Karen State), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Kyauk Kalap Buddhist Temple in the middle of a lake at sunrise, Hpa An, Kayin State (Karen State), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71318945 - Kyauk Kalap Buddhist Temple in the middle of a lake at sunrise, Hpa An, Kayin State (Karen State), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Sunrise at the Temples of Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71318939 - Sunrise at the Temples of Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Sea gypsy, Moken boy carrying a chicken, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
70241671 - Sea gypsy, Moken boy carrying a chicken, Mergui Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Myanmar, Burma, Asia
People walking on elevated wooden walkway at sunset, Myanmar, Burma
71311837 - People walking on elevated wooden walkway at sunset, Myanmar, Burma
Fruit and vegetable market at Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306696 - Fruit and vegetable market at Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Fruit and vegetable market at Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306695 - Fruit and vegetable market at Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Limestone karst mountains and Thanlwin River, seen from Mount Zwegabin at sunset, Hpa An, Kayin State (Karen State), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306690 - Limestone karst mountains and Thanlwin River, seen from Mount Zwegabin at sunset, Hpa An, Kayin State (Karen State), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
People carrying baskets on dirt path in rural landscape, Myanmar, Burma
71311839 - People carrying baskets on dirt path in rural landscape, Myanmar, Burma
Snake Temple (Mwe Paya) at sunset, Dalah, across the river from Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306697 - Snake Temple (Mwe Paya) at sunset, Dalah, across the river from Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306694 - Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Snake Temple (Mwe Paya) at sunset, Dalah, across the river from Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306698 - Snake Temple (Mwe Paya) at sunset, Dalah, across the river from Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Inle Lake boat trip, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306692 - Inle Lake boat trip, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Silhouette of people carrying baskets under sunset sky, Myanmar, Burma
71311840 - Silhouette of people carrying baskets under sunset sky, Myanmar, Burma
People walking on elevated wooden walkway in rural landscape, Myanmar, Burma
71311836 - People walking on elevated wooden walkway in rural landscape, Myanmar, Burma
Traditional decorated sun umbrellas at Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306693 - Traditional decorated sun umbrellas at Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Monks leaving sandals near staircase, Myanmar, Burma
71311838 - Monks leaving sandals near staircase, Myanmar, Burma
Snake Temple (Mwe Paya) at sunset, Dalah, across the river from Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
71306699 - Snake Temple (Mwe Paya) at sunset, Dalah, across the river from Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
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