Lake Inle is in the Shan Province of Burma. It is suffering from the environmental effects of increased population and rapid growth in both agriculture and tourism. During the 65-year period from 1935 to 2000, the net open water area of Inle Lake decreased by a third, with development of ﬂoating garden agriculture. This is one of the hotels built on stilts in the Lake. Transport to and from the hotel is provided by motorised canoes! Surprisingly it was free from mosquitoes whilst we were there.
Iso400, 3.2 secs, f13, 15mm, travel tripod and remote.
v2 added with the slight skew as mentioned by Moira.