In response to 2 lilowls’ prompt: details
In response to capture your 365: it’s in the details
Chewing betel nut is very common in Myanmar, so there is a betel nut vendor along a busy street corner. This man is preparing parcels of areca nuts and tobacco, wrapped in a lime-coated betel leaf. People who chew the betel nut would have their teeth stained red then black from many years of chewing the betel nut.
Nga Htat Gyi Pagoda is one of the numerous pagodas in Yangon, however it is overlooked by many. The pagoda is also known as the “five-storey Buddha” for the seated Buddha image is housed in a pavilion with five-tiers hence the name Nga-Htat-Gyi Pagoda. Also the Buddha is different from other images for it’s has an amour around the upper body.
Shwedagon Pagoda is situated on 114 acre in central Yangon. The temple is so big that even the monks need to see details on the map.