La vida disciplinada de unos monjes Budistas en Myanmar se ve agrietada por la pasión que genera la práctica del football; un trabajo lo de Tony Burns, que transmite integralmente la humanidad de estas personas que pensamos siempre por encima de las pasiones terrenales…


Most Buddhist people in Myanmar spend at least a part of their life in a monastery and adopt a disciplined lifestyle, learning the teachings of Buddhism as part of their faith and for spiritual credit. Practicing monks are expected to get by with the the minimum of possessions, but it’s fair to say that most monasteries have a football lying around. Once classes are over for the day, the ball comes out and it’s time to dream about being the next Messi or Ronaldo. I spent some time traveling around the country in 2013 and decided to shoot this as a photo essay.


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