Bagan, Burma: Travel Photography
Part II of the travel photography through Burma. My version of what we saw and experienced.
High School Students
:: ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS::
I am looking for high school juniors interested in promoting my high school senior portrait work. In return they will receive two 60 minute photo sessions and earn print credit for purchasing their photos.
I'm currently interested in Spokane area high schools. If you, your family, friends, and neighbors know of any students, please have them contact us to get an application as soon as possible.
BONUS: I also have a referral program for each of you! For each of the students that you referred to our studio AND book a senior session with Suwanee Photography- you will receive a $50 print credit going towards any print of your choice and/or any of the travel prints by Suwanee Photography!
Thank you for your help!
Faces of Burma
Here are some images of Burma, Yagon, the largest city of Burma and also the stunning faces of Burma that I remembered so well from my trip.
More coming soon.
Well, hello there blog and blog readers---long time no talk, like, really long time-I"m not kidding....I know, I know, don't get me started but seriously blogging and traveling, for me anyway, didn't work out too well. So here I'm back for a moment, during this crazy time of year, ( I wonder if people really read my blog during all the Christmas frenzies??).
Where did I leave off last? Well, I think it was from the first day of landing in Thailand looks like, so I will pick back up where I left off and bring some of my traveling back to share with you all. I'm still not done with Christmas shopping yet, so I'm going to share only a few pictures until after Christmas. For now, here's an image of a man selling knickknacks on the street of Bangkok. Come back for more images of Thailand and of course, of Mystical Burma---my favorite part of the this entire trip....