Haven't added to this thread for a bit so looks like now is a good time.
As most of you know, we recently had Dr. Myo Aung Kyaw from Myanmar stay with us for 3 days as well as some other great visitors. Myo loves to take pictures and while I am not sure if he considers himself to be a professional, I sure see professional quality there. He has generously given me permission to use some of his photos from Myanmar, so I thought I would pick out some of the indigenous housing and building related pics he left me to add to this thread.
The following photos are from an album he has titled "Farmer's Life in Myanmar." Myanmar was previously known as Burma.
another shot... from what I have seen in Myo's other pix, the building with the external supports is a granary... I would assume for rice storage.
and a cow shelter.
Looking through the pix, there are only a couple more that could fit into this category. There are lots of other interesting pix though. I could start another thread on it if there is interest in seeing more of Myo's pix.