Sunset view from Shwesandaw Pagoda towards the Irrawaddy River, Bagan, Mayanmar
The clouds mimic the shape of the hills, which in turn mimic the shapes of the stupas. The river is in the smoke-filled depression before the start of the hills, and is barely apparent as a couple of bright spots in the image at the base of the hills (best seen at larger sizes).
Paul Bellinger asked about how it was to travel in Myanmar. No problems, whatsoever. The people were wonderful, we encountered little or no bureaucracy, the accommodations were excellent and the food was great. We had arranged a private tour for just the 5 of us, and had an English-speaking guide and a driver at each location. This was not expensive at all and the guide knew where to take us for good photography. The local artisans were incredible, using historical techniques to create their masterpieces; these techniques have all but disappeared from Westernized cultures. Some pics of this will follow, but I am still pretty far behind on my editing, and am about to disappear on another adventure.