BBC News website readers sent in these pictures from Burma on Wednesday. This shows protesters and army trucks in central Rangoon.
This picture shows a notice of curfew sent in by a foreigner living and working in Burma who did not want to be identified.
After shots were fired at Sule Pagoda, the crowd re-gathered and a small group of monks moved to the front. All the civilians knelt and said prayers while soldiers pointed guns.
On Wednesday afternoon, these trucks of soldiers followed the procession of monks as they changed their route of the last few days and went instead to Botahtaung pagoda.
This picture shows an injured monk receiving treatment. One eyewitness told us each monk is usually surrounded by five or six civilians.
Additional streets were blocked to prevent routes into downtown Rangoon.
Soldiers occupying Sule Pagoda. The contributor who sent this picture did not want to be identified.
Despite the military closing all access to Sule Pagoda, the monks managed to find a new route through the city and again marched in great numbers.
The number of soldiers increased as the day went on and additional streets were blocked to prevent routes into downtown.