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Building Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Downtown Yangon 1 by Werner Padarin

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Downtown Yangon 1 Coffee Mug

Werner Padarin

by Werner Padarin



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Background Color

R(155) G(102) B(88)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

Downtown Yangon where many of the buildings look quite rundown om the outside.
PLEASE NOTE: Purchased items will be free of... more


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Downtown Yangon 1 Photograph by Werner Padarin


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Downtown Yangon 1 Metal Print

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Downtown Yangon 1 Acrylic Print

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Downtown Yangon 1 Wood Print

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Downtown Yangon 1 Zip Pouch

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Downtown Yangon 1 Beach Towel

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Downtown Yangon 1 Weekender Tote Bag

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Downtown Yangon 1 Portable Battery Charger

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Downtown Yangon 1 Jigsaw Puzzle

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Downtown Yangon 1 Ornament


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Comments (5)

Nicklas Gustafsson

Nicklas Gustafsson

Beautiful picture!

Werner Padarin replied:

Thank you Nicklas, very glad you like the shot!

My Angle On It Photography

My Angle On It Photography

Nice shot. I wonder though about what is not seen. I'm not crazy about seeing the tops of arches as the base of the photo. I'm wanting to see the ground. Such an interesting piece of architecture. I'd be curious to see more. Your lens corrections etc are very good.

Werner Padarin replied:

Hi Pam and Dale, thank you for those comments - photography wasn't the only priority that day (as it often isn't) - so I was constrained to hand held shots using one lens - to get the flavour of the whole of this street (or even set of buildings) would probably have needed a video shoot rather than a still camera. However, I was taken not so much taken by any architectural features as by the simple picture of green moss and foliage sustained by the presumably leaking blue water pipes, both of which contrasted so spectacularly with the colour of the wall.

Uma Krishnamoorthy

Uma Krishnamoorthy

Beautiful colors.......brick red and moss green!

Werner Padarin replied:

Thank you Uma, very pleased you like the shot - you'll notice the vegetation mostly follows the water pipes - presume they leak a bit!

Brigitta Diaz

Brigitta Diaz

Very nice capture! L/F

Werner Padarin replied:

Thank you Brigitta, very glad you like it!

Sarah Loft

Sarah Loft

Wonderful shot!

Werner Padarin replied:

Thankyou Sarah, wonder how long some of these buildings can stay looking interesting though before they REALLY need TLC ...

Artist's Description

Downtown Yangon where many of the buildings look quite rundown om the outside.
PLEASE NOTE: Purchased items will be free of watermarks
Nikon D800E | Tamron SP 24-70 f/2.8 VC

About Werner Padarin

Werner Padarin

I photograph landscapes and people and mostly anything, even a bird if it happen to cross my path ... just as long as it is in front of the lens and I like how it looks - I hope these images appeal to you too. My images are from my home country, Australia, and from New Zealand which is just across the ditch, and also from Asia. On my website are links to other sites with my images. Some time ago I completed an interview in Pamela Williams' ART DISTRICT Magazine ( which some of you might want to read if you want to learn more about me.