Burmese Boy on Yangon's Circular Train, Myanmar
Riding Yangon's charmingly decrepit Circle Line train in Myanmar was a great place to see the true essence of local life, capturing raw, candid portraits of the local people.
Built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs to the city's commercial heart, its trains move nearly 100,000 people a day. Some of the trains are Hungarian imports from the 1960s.
© Istvan Kadar Photography