Clash Or Confluence?

One of Yangon’s many quirky contradictions!

A KFC sign clashes with a Hindu temple spire.

Happy travels….no matter where life takes you.

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57 thoughts on “Clash Or Confluence?

  1. I saw something similar to this paradox when I was in Singapore. It seems like these beautiful, colorful temples should be set apart from the modern world, doesn’t it?

    1. I do Juliann. We, in the East, have no concept of preserving heritage architecture. Prosperity brings about awareness, but it is usually too late.

      Pleasure to see you here. Have a fabulous day! 🙂

    1. Haha, the reason I stopped mid track and clicked that shot 🙂 Pleasure to see you here Annette. Have a great day!

    1. Looks like we are mostly on the same page on this Mary 🙂 Appreciate your stopping by. Have a great day!

    1. I agree with you Ian. But like Brexit, it could quite well be that all of us voting clash belong to a different generation. 😀

      1. You are probably correct. I’m glad you like harmony in architecture. Different styles are OK together but they have to be artistically planned.

    1. Thank you so much Janet. It’s been a while since I participated in a Daily Post challenge, so I was delighted that I didn’t have to dig too deep in my archives 🙂

  2. That seems to be a common sight in many cities all over the world, the traditional and the modern cozied up next to each other. It makes a good contrast at least.

    1. True David, especially in Asia where the fast food giants are seen as symbols of globalization. The ones in my city are less in-your-face 🙂

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