Dive Into These Elegant Scenes Of A Land Still Being Discovered After 50 years of seclusion, Myanmar finally granted entry to outsiders. It was only four years ago, in 2012, that the country formally known as Burma opened up their borders to the outside world, and photographer and traveller, Laurent Ponce, was lucky enough to gain access. Drawn to its fascinating golden terrain, brings us Myanmar Landscapes. It is a romantic feast upon the nation’s most famous spots for beautiful sunrises and enchanting ancient temples. Furthermore, Laurent brings us views of rural village life enveloped in hazy clouds, further adding to the mystery of the gorgeous scenery. Stilt houses are reflected in the water they’re suspended above; a fisherman balances between his boat and the delicate lake that converges with misty hills in the background. Adding context to his sister series, The last tattooed women of Burma, there’s no doubt that these pictures will entice and delight. A visit to Myanmar is in order.