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Austin Andrews

Austin Andrews is a Vancouver-based photojournalist and occasional filmmaker with a penchant for finding the fantastic in the everyday. Contact him at austin [at] disposablewords [dot] net

This Week in Photos (3 of 3)

800-year old temples dot the landscape at Bagan, in the parched plains of central Burma. An intriguing hybrid of Hindu and Buddhist imagery, and the westernmost point of the massive Angkor kingdom that once swept across much of southeast Asia,…
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This Week in Photos (2 of 3)

This entry, the second of three in the series, dates from our overnight trip upcountry to Bagan last Monday, when sixteen hours in the bus became twenty-four after a road became a river and we found ourselves stranded in the heart of mosquito country……
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This Week in Photos (1 of 3)

I’ve taken so many photos since leaving Singapore on Saturday, and the internet here in Burma is so slow, that I’ve broken this week’s photo post into three sections. This entry takes us through Monday morning. Welcome to Rangoon/Yangon. I…
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This Week in Photos

Greenery reclaims the 800 year old corridors of remote Beng Mealea, a highlight of the Angkor complex and the last temple we visited in Cambodia… … …Will explores Beng Mealea… … … A young girl watches a multicoloured melange of…
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This Week in Photos

Will watches the monorails and overpasses of Sentosa Island pass by out the window of an air-conditioned bus. Thirteen sets of escalators at the awe-inspiring National Library in Singapore. Will and my mum stretch outside the Burmese embassy after a…
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