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“Your Vietnam” in US magazine

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( - The National Geographic recently published a set of photos titled “Your Vietnam”, revealing vivid perspectives on daily life in all regions of Vietnam.

Ha Long Bay, by Simone Fisher.

Terraced fields in the northern mountain region, by Le Duc Tho.


The buffalo boy in Sapa, by Tiong Wee Wong.


Hanoi streets, by Lesley Williamson.


The young man whose motorbike is suddenly broken in the rain in Ho Chi Minh City, by Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard.


A Red Dao little girl in Sapa, by Kimberley Coole.


A boat driver on the Thu Bon River in Hoi An, by Aaron Santos.


Cua Lo Beach, by Bui Hoang Hai.


The sand dunes in Binh Thuan, by Nguyen Hien.


Ba Vi National Park after the rain, by Seok Ping Goh.

The little girls at the Elephant Waterfall near Dalat, by Madeleine Stevens.

Girls in white ao dai at Tay Phuong Pagoda Festival, outskirts of Hanoi, by Paul Levrier.


Ha Long Bay, by Monika Potocka.

Hanoi Old Quarter, by Shawn Hughes.

Sreet food in Hoi An, by Thomas Freeman.

Balloon seller on the streets of Hanoi, by Patrick Lenhart.

The woman selling incense in Hue, by Jamie Lafferty.

The “cargo vehicle” in Vietnam impress foreign tourists, by Scot Montjoy.

Terraced fields in the northern mountains, by Kim Harmassi.

Returning home at sunset, by Le Duc Tho.

Hoi An at sunset, by Peter Cazenas.

A Red Dao kid in the northern mountain region, by Stephen Govel.

Hoi An’s ancient beauty, by Aaron Santos.

A woman in Ta Phin, Sapa bends over her sewing machine, by Anand Khokha.

A Hmong woman carries her baby on her back to a fair, by Doug Jones.

The followers of the Cao Dai religion are making a ritual, by Brendan Bucy.

A little girl in Ho Chi Minh City, by Mike de Lange.

A Hmong girl in Lao Cai, by Mederick Guedon.

A street vendor in Hanoi Old Quarter, by Michael Maher.


A couple is taking wedding photographs in Hanoi, by Jose Truchado.

Traffic police offier, by Yingtao Hu.

A woman carrying her baby in her arms waiting for her husband at the Mui Ne wharf, by Nicolas Vidal.



Source: Nat Geo

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