Horse, Buggy, and the Best Lit Photos of Bagan

Horse, Buggy, and the Best Lit Photos of Bagan

Day 3 in Bagan, Burma: October 7, 2012

This after a few days on dodgy bikes, this was a much more comfortable way to see the temples.

After a few days on dodgy bikes, this was a much more comfortable way to see the temples.

We started the day in the afternoon with an East meets West lunch.

We started the day in the afternoon with an East meets West lunch.

This is a petrol station in Bagan.

This is a petrol station in Bagan.

These clay pots are filled with drinking water that is available to all passersby.

These clay pots are filled with drinking water that is available to all passersby, next to one of my favorite trees, the poinciana.

Just the standard temple, cow, and motorbike view.

Just the standard temple, cow, and motorbike view.

Looks like the clouds are fixin' for a real purdy sunset.

Looks like the clouds are fixin’ for a real purdy sunset.

Uh-oh, it looks like our buggy may have a traffic jam ahead...

Uh-oh, it looks like our buggy may have a traffic jam ahead…

Good time to walk up a temple and let the cows, goats, and herders pass by.

Good time to walk up a temple and let the cows, goats, and herders pass by.

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Then the light started making the temples more photogenic.

Then the light started making the temples more photogenic.

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The complimentary color combination was stunning.

The complimentary color combination was stunning.

Time to climb up the temple and watch the sunset.

Time to climb up the temple and watch the sunset.

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This one is one of my favorites because of the amount of temples visible in the setting sunlight.

This one is one of my favorites because of the amount of temples visible in the setting sunlight. It just doesn’t even look real.

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Bagan, thank you for staying so lovely in a country filled with so much strife.

Bagan, thank you for staying so lovely in a country filled with so much political strife.

Goodbye Kaday Aung Hotel,

Goodbye Kaday Aung Hotel,

Goodbye Bagan. Hope to see you again someday.

Goodbye Bagan. Hope to see you again someday.

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