Than Sint, PPSA, SPSA, AFIAP  


Mount Popa by Than Sint, PPSA, SPSA, AFIAP

October 2021 - Mount Popa

About the Image(s)

I visited Mount Popa during the rainy season on 6/20/2019. I climbed up a volcanic plug situated in the Southwest of Mount Popa and took this picture.

Please visit the link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Popa

Gears: Canon 5DMark IV, iso100, 24-105@24mm, f/5, 1/200s.


5 comments posted




Tom Buckard   Tom Buckard
(Groups 46 & 48)
Love this mountain landscape. what I think that makes it especially interesting is the multi colored roofs of many home and buildings. The clouds and shadows also make it very dramatic. The wikipedia link was also very interesting. How do you get to the top of the volcanic plug and are you allowed into the monestary?   Posted: 10/04/2021 18:03:02
Than Sint   Than Sint
Thanks for your interest. There is a pagoda and monastery on the top of Poppa volcanic plug. We climbed up the stairs to the top. Yes, everybody can visit there freely. Please visit the link https://www.laurewanders.com/mount-popa-a-monastery-on-top-of-a-volcanic-plug-myanmar/   Posted: 10/04/2021 21:25:13



Sol Blechman   Sol Blechman
Thank you so much for the education about this site. I did follow your link and loved what I saw and read.Those blue rooftops in your image help create interest in the entire frame.   Posted: 10/10/2021 18:46:19



Joey Johnson   Joey Johnson
Love the perspective. The buildings give a sense of size and distance that you wouldn't get otherwise. All of the colors are so vibrant. Kudos to you for making it to the top also.   Posted: 10/11/2021 14:08:59



Sharon Moir   Sharon Moir
This is a lovely picture. Glad you got to the top. My only thought is that the colors are almost TOO vibrant. I might have toned them down a bit.   Posted: 10/14/2021 10:47:29



 

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