the prince of inle lake

My previous post focused on the princess of Inle Lake in Myanmar and I left you with walking out that screen door of chalet 312 of the Inle Princess Resort. So let’s just see…

private terrace at the inle lake princess resort in myanmar

mornings brought fog…

views from the inle lake princess in myanmar

the middle of the day brought haze over the nearby mountains…

views from the inle lake princess resort in myanmar

and evening brought the farmers checking out their sugar cane fields…

 But late afternoon…

…remember the warm air and gentle breezes and that bottle of chardonnay?

Relaxing and looking out at the farm land and small waterway by the chalet, I sensed a movement.  Sitting still, waiting…and sure enough…there he was.  Within seconds he removed his tshirt and then his pants and ever so slowly, like a snake, his body slowly submerged into the waterway.

net fishing in myanmar

looking and hunting…
muscles glistening…
adjusting with slow deliberate movements…
ever so gently…

the prince at Inle Lake Princess Resort, Myanmar

the prince at the Inle Lake Princess Resort, Myanmar

the prince at the inle lake princess resort in mynamar

And within seconds…

 he left as quietly as he arrived…

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6 Comments

  1. Posted February 12, 2014 at 7:28 am by Ginnie | Permalink

    I bet he had no clue you were watching and waiting with him! Or if he did, he showed you exactly how it’s done, with great pride and finesse. I know you tasted heaven in those moments, dear Robin.

  2. Posted February 12, 2014 at 1:45 pm by Virginia | Permalink

    Well now…that was a sight to see…and then some… great photo shots Frissy. XoXo

  3. Posted February 13, 2014 at 1:38 am by Susan | Permalink

    That porch with early morning fog looks perfect.
    Great shots of the hunter, I couldn’t tell what he caught … was it fish?
    All so beautiful!

  4. Posted February 13, 2014 at 10:38 am by shooter | Permalink

    I love the first three images, they are cinematic

  5. Posted February 17, 2014 at 5:14 am by E'claire | Permalink

    I love the pics of the fisherman!!!

  6. Posted February 21, 2014 at 9:55 pm by Elena Caravela | Permalink

    WOW!

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