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“Andaman Coast” / Bokpyin, Thaninthayi, Myanmar / September 2016: In the Bokpyin part of the Andaman Sea, the sea water recedes by almost a kilometer during low tide, exposing a wide open space where crabs and shells can be gathered.
The drag of endless mental work in a strange land takes its toll. Fatigue can kill so petty escapades provide hopeful deviations from the brewing madness. An aging DSLR keeps good company to a walk around the neighbourhood, a short drive to a scenic place, or a silent recollection in a quiet nook granting that the host community and the elements of nature would allow one a safe passage to solitude and contemplation. Loneliness quickly turns to joy when something exciting gets captured by the cam’s shutter then set free into the laptop’s screen followed by electric words that rush from the fingers to the keyboard in an effort to describe the moment. Alas, the brain is alive once again!
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