Shot in the city of Yangon, Myanmar.
I thought the most crowded area in Yangon was around Sule Pagoda, a Buddhist temple. It is one of the major temples in this city. And the streets in downtown might be designed around this temple during the British era. Interestingly, the temple stands on the Roundabout. So it is necessary to cross the street to enter it.
The trouble is that the street is always heavy-trafficked. It is difficult to reach the precinct smoothly. Therefore, a pedestrian bridge is spanned over the street.
Crossing the bridge, I looked down the constant flow of traffic. When I came to one of the tops of the staircase, I found a girl climbing. She wore a pastel polka-dot dress. Watching her, I remembered one thing. I took a photo of her in another part of the downtown just before I came here. Although not by choice, the place where he headed was same.