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Framing Vietnam


Vietnam Photo, Highway
Highway Sights, Vietnam: On foot, taking up one lane on a highway and jumping to the horns going off from every car/bike that passes.
Photo by ccdoh1


Vietnam Photo, Dalat Central Market, Dalat
Dalat Central Market, Dalat, Vietnam: I took this shot from the upstairs, prepared food level. I spent hours at this market — the produce is shown here, and there was entire other room that had meat products, rice, and eggs. Fantastic.
Photo by jen maiser


Farmer's Market in Vietnam Photo
Farmer’s Market in Vietnam: Cao Lanh is a bustling city in southern Vietnam with a population of 150,000. It was carved from the jungles and swamps of the Mekong Delta region. The surrounding waters make fresh seafood readily available, and the hot and humid climate is perfect for cultivating many tropical fruits and produce. Many of our patients reside in the surrounding rural farming communities, located within a three-hour drive of the city. On weekends, a lively farmer’s market takes place just a few blocks from our hotel, selling everything from fish to fresh cut flowers, ripe fruits and bright green veggies. This photo was taken at about 6:30 am on a Saturday morning, at the peak of the market; many of the sellers drove into the city hours earlier to prepare their goods for sale.
Photo by interplast


Vietnam Photo,
Photo by vubui


Vietnam Photo,
Photo by Ptoutain


Vietnam Photo,
Mui Ne
Photo by Meryl Ko


Vietnam Photo,
Mui Ne
Photo by Meryl Ko


Sunset in Hoi An, Vietnam Photo,
Sunset in Hoi An, Vietnam: This was taken at the river behind my hotel in Hoi An, right next to Brother’s Cafe on Phan B?i Châu. The hotel we stayed in was Ha An Hotel, a gem of a hotel in the old town. Very affordable, great service, and it must have been the only place in the old town with a huge courtyard. I highly recommend staying there if you’re headed to Hoi An.
This was after 48 hours of torrential downpour, so it was great to see that the rain finally stopped. This is a HDR image of 3 handheld exposures.
Photo by yiping lim


Vietnam Photo, Phong Nha Cave
Phong Nha Cave: Near Hue, Vietnam
Photo by discopalace


Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi, Vietnam Photo,
Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi, Vietnam: Hoan Kiem Lake – Right in the Middle of Hanoi – Vietnam.
The legendary “Excalibur” given to King Arthur by the Lady Of The Lake, is similar to the legend of Turtle Lake, where the keeper of the sword is a Giant Turtle. It is said that when danger threatens the country the keeper will surface on the Turtle Lake bearing the sword on its shell.
Photo by Andrew Hux


Vietnam Photo, Hmong Girl
Hmong Girl: I took this photo while on a school field trip to Sa Pa (northern Viet Nam) in the spring of 1998. I was 15 and knew nothing about photography…talk about serendipity!
Photo by Hanoian


Vietnam Photo, Sunset Over Hoi An
Sunset Over Hoi An
Photo by Ewan Cross


Vietnam Photo, Street food at Hanoi
Street food at Hanoi: Food stalls in the small alley ways of the Old Town of Hanoi
Photo by kirk siang


Vietnam Photo,
Cu Chi Tunnels – Hole in ground
Photo by Bertie’s World


Vietnam Photo,
Rice Harvesting
Photo by Macloo

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