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Julia Escano
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Street scenes from Binondo, Manila taken with expired Fujicolor Superia. Not one of my best composed series, but I really love how the texture adds to the atmosphere of the place. Some more photos here: https://goo.gl/1lLX3x 
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Possibly one of the most enigmatic places in Asia, Bagan's desert is dotted with thousands of pagodas dating back to the 9th Century. And except for e-bikes and foreign tourists in modern clothes, nothing else about it betrays that time has passed. 
" In the rush of things and our grogginess and accents we haven’t yet mastered, we ended up on a rickety carriage pulled by a horse plodding at what seemed like 5kph through the barely-lit streets of the old city."

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/10/19/postcards-from-bagan/

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"There were tiny knots in my stomach as I watched Bali’s landscape morph from the concrete blocks of the urban jungle into green pastures and rice fields of the countryside. With every corner we turned I felt the ropes of comfort thin out and stretch, getting ready to snap at any moment."

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/11/20/suksma-amed-love-a-lone-traveler/

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"It almost felt like we were destined to land upon adventures together, even when we weren’t looking to."

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/10/30/magic-in-bali/

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"It felt like Thailand had a cosmic cradle for me to rock in, and I was travelling in it my whole stay there. For that I feel really lucky and blessed. "

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/09/02/koh-phangan-my-thai-spirit-guide-traveling-too-fast/

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"“I hope you don’t mind getting fingered by an Englishman!” the British man said to the Belgian beside him, to which the latter exclaimed his full consent."

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/08/09/the-battle-of-dien-bien-phu-2014/

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"Beyond the loud pattering rain on the windshield I could see the tall, narrow buildings lining the roads. They seemed distinctly French, and yet distinctly Asian at the same time. For once, nothing about the place looked remotely similar to anything back home."

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/07/22/soppy-welcomes-from-hanoi/

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"At some point it felt so isolated and removed from civilization that I wondered if I was even still in Vietnam and not the remote borders of China already."

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/07/28/steps-to-sapa/

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"The streets of Yangon, the country’s capital, transported me to an era I only knew in my head...Nothing in the landscape indicated it was 2014, or any other year for that matter, except for our cab driver’s smartphone."

https://wanderingjulia.com/2014/09/10/the-sights-and-sounds-of-yangon/

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"The Night Market was HEAVEN. Of all the markets I’ve seen in Southeast Asia, this one had the most unique, distinctive, and stylish wares."
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