Shot at Yangon Central Station in Yangon, Myanmar.
Passing some small restaurants, I came to a big architecture. It was Yangon Central Station which is the biggest railway station in Myanmar. It was originally built in 1877. And it was rebuilt in 1954 after being destroyed during WWII. The Victorian architecture is beautiful and listed on the Yangon City Heritage List.
The inside was modest and vast. Many benches were placed in the spacious hallway. All the benches were green and brought the place together. Many people waited for long-distance trains there. No one acted restlessly. Everybody waited calmly. I wondered whether it was caused by the hotness or the national character.
Walking around, I found a little boy watching me. He was carried by his father. His family was also about to travel somewhere.
108 B&W photos are appeared. Of course, you can read also via KINDLE UNLIMITED.
July 24, 2019
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA