1973 Burma

352. Burma 1973

Hello – Welcome to WDEOD, a site full of Doris’ photographs!

Its purpose is to share the shots she took in her 50+ years of travel. I’m trying to do a post a film – so one tour may have many posts.
To see what I’ve put up so far, use the menu (three lines up there ↑ if you are on a phone or tablet) to go to a place or a year.


Yay, welcome to 1973. Deep Purple released ‘Who Do We Think We Are’ which was a) one of the first albums I ever bought and b) apart from one song, not all that good; Cockney Rebel released ‘Human Menagerie’ (which was) and Yes’ Yessongs apparently is my favourite album of 1973 (beating ‘Here Come The Warm Jets’ and ‘Selling England By The Pound’ – until I fiddle the input!)

Whilst the 11 year old me was enjoying the last year of primary school and then floundering in the first year of grammar school, Doris did another Asia tour. Here she is in Burma.

01 Burma 1973 Pagan
Burma 1973- Pagan
02 Burma 1973 Pagan
Burma 1973 Pagan
04 Burma 1973 Pagan
Burma 1973 Pagan
08 Burma 1973 Pagan
Burma 1973
14 Burma 1973 21 Water Tap
Burma 1973 Water Tap
15 Burma 1973 a
Burma 1973 Water Tap
16 Burma 1973
Burma 1973
17 Burma 1973a
Burma 1973
18 Burma 1973
Burma 1973
19 Burma 1973
Burma 1973
20 Burma 1973 33
Burma 1973
21 Burma 1973 m 44 Little Prince outfit pre monkhood
Burma 1973 Prince outfit pre monkhood
22 Burma 1973 m 572 22 Mandalay Walls
Burma 1973 Mandalay Walls
23 Burma 1973 m 35 Mandalay
Burma 1973 m 35 Mandalay
26 Burma 1973
Burma 1973 Mandalay
28 Burma 1973 m 36 Mandalay
Burma 1973 m 36 Mandalay
30 Burma 1973 pa
Burma 1973 Mandalay
32 Burma 1973 m 39
Burma 1973 Mandalay
33 Burma 1973 m 38 Mandalay
Burma 1973 Mandalay
34 Burma 1973 m 37 Mandalay
Burma 1973 Mandalay
35 Burma 1973 pa m
Burma 1973 Mandalay
36 Burma 1973 m 40 Mandalay
Burma 1973 Mandalay
37 Burma 1973 47 Mandalay
Burma 1973 Mandalay

2 comments

    1. Thanks. I think Doris was proud of them. She must have been good at saving her GPO money up as she seemed to do two or three big trips a year. I’m deliberately not looking to the next group of slides each time, so that it surprises me when I eventually open them and see somewhere far removed from suburbia.

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