East photo competition #1: Staff favourites

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If you’re an avid reader of East, the Inside Asia Tours travel magazine, you’ve probably already heard about our photo competition.

In our first issue, the theme of our competition was ‘water’ – and we gave away a luxury trip to Japan for our lucky winner, Adrian Furner. But there were so many excellent entries that we couldn’t let them languish in our archives for long, so here are just a few of our favourite snaps from Burma.

To see the winner - and our top picks from Japan - click here. For our favourite snaps of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, keep an eye on our Indochina blog!

Our current photo competition has now closed, but next up we’ve got a haiku competition to get your creative juices flowing! Watch this space – and subscribe to the magazine to be in with a chance of winning: https://www.insidejapantours.com/magazine/

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Ian Hazlewood | Light Refracted by Water, Inle Lake

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Ian Woolley | 'Teak and temple' - View from the Ayreyarwady of teak logs getting shipped down river with the temples of Sagaing in the background

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Roger Taylor | Stilt houses on Inle lake

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Ian Woolley | 'Souvenirs' - A lady manoeuvring her boat full of souvenir gifts through a garden of lotus flowers on Inle lake. The background of the lotus flowers and her smile made this a irresistible image to capture.

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Robin Wilkie | U Bein bridge, the longest teak wooden bridge in the world, at sunset in Mandalay

David Hodgin | Inle lake shrine

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Ian Hazlewood | Water thrown up by long-tail boats

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Ian Woolley | A family having a group photograph at Pwe Kauk caves, with other families having fun in the background.

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David Hodgskin | A local fisherman on Inle lake

Tom Treasure | Morning ripples on the Irrawaddy river

Our current photo competition has now closed, but next up we’ve got a haiku competition to get your creative juices flowing! Watch this space – and subscribe to the magazine to be in with a chance of winning: https://www.insidejapantours.com/magazine/

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