Tag: Vietnam

Fishnet storm

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Early morning, several fisherman work together to recover a large net alongside the south central coast of Vietnam. Within the next few hours all the catches fish will be sold in the local market.

Harmony

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At this time of the year, in Saigon, we can observe every day dozens of boats carrying flowers from the Mekong delta. These flowers will be quickly sold at the market to prepare "Tet" celebrations (lunar new year). ...

Watering flowers

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A farmer water his flowers in the Mekong delta Vietnam. Flowers are stored aboveground level to avoid flooding and the farmer use a wooden boat to navigate and water his flowers.

Watering flowers

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A farmer waters his Daisy flowers in the Mekong delta, south Vietnam. Flowers are racked above ground level to avoid flooding due to regular heavy rain in this area and a wooden barge is used to navigate and water th...

Out to Sea

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Fishermen sail the coracle on the beach of Binh Thuan, a coastal central province of Vietnam. The coracle is a rounded small, lightweight and flexible boat. Fishermen who navigated the coracle must have excellent heal...

Coming Home

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A shepherd drives herd of sheep to the cage in Ninh Thuan, the hottest and driest region of Vietnam, that suitable for farming sheep. Everyday, shepherds drive the sheep from the cage to mountain at sunrise, and retur...

Road to sky

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Klong Klanh pass connecting Dalat central highland city to costal town in Vietnam, was covered in mist in an early morning

Homebound

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The farmer with ducks were in the way to home after a day out for food in Mekong delta, Vietnam

On the Nhu Y river

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On the Nhu Y river in Hue City, Vietnam. The girls in Ao Dai dresses (traditional dresses) were releasing the floating candles on the river to pray for peace and happiness. This is the spiritual culture longstanding i...

One morning peacefully

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A family in the ancient imperial city of Hue catch fish in the Ru Cha mangrove forest. This is the picture close, happy common in villages

Cast a net

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I saw some fishermen casting their net into a river. This is a profession in longstanding Hue, Vietnam. In the afternoon, if we stroll on the Vy Da bridge, we will see fishermen casting their net on the Nhu Y river

Drag nets along each wave

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Fishermen in the Vung Tau beach are pulling fish nets. The fishermen only pull the fish on the 10th to 16th lunar month, these days the high tide water at midnight for many fish near the shore. Starting a net fishi...

Harvesting shrimp on the sea

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Harvesting shrimp on the sea in Phu Yen, Vietnam. These shrimp are mainly used in processing shrimp paste. A delicious and traditional Vietnamese food

Cages for lobster at sea

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Cages of lobster in Phu Yen, Vietnam. Lobster farming highly profitable for the people here. But the annual storm also potential risks, these are the new cages that replaced the old cages washed away last year

Sai Gon by night

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A corner of Saigon at night. This is the largest and most dynamic city in Vietnam

Harvesting tea leaves

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Harvesting tea leaves in Bao Loc, Vietnam. The leaves are harvested early in the morning when the dew still remains on the leaves. It is then put into the factory for processing into tea

Harvest water lilies

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Water Lilies are picked early in the morning in rivers, lakes and washed. Then the flowers are brought to market. This is the main income occupation of people in Long An, Vietnam in the high season.

In the daisy garden

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The farmer was taking care of her family’s daisy garden, in preparation for lunar new year festival in Dong Thap province, southwest of Vietnam

Harvesting grass

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Farmers are harvesting grass in the big water season

small floating village

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Lan Ha Bay is in the largest of the 367 islands called Cat Ba, a part of Ha Long Bay in Northern Vietnam. There is a small floating village around Lan Ha Bay where people are living and farming fish in floating house.