Soft light of new day illuminating the long smoke from fishing boat engine & the shape of green nets moving underneath the water surface from aerial view.
Many local fisherman families along the coastline of Phu Yen province in Vietnam will follow the near-shore currents to catch the anchovy during peak season. Only a small proportion of the entire catch is sold fresh, with most of it being dried or salted. Salted anchovy is the most important raw material to create traditional fish sauce; the humble anchovy becomes the spirit of Vietnamese cuisine.
I took this picture in the early morning of the first day of spring in Binh Chau,Quang Ngai Province Viet Nam, where is famous for its fishing industry. At this time, the water was very clear and the boat was collecting nets that were full of anchovies
The twin Hang Tien caves were first visited by the British Cave Research Association in 1994 and explored further in 2015. This part of Vietnam is particularly wild, and it was difficult to find all the openings, so the locals provided invaluable assistance. The caves lie outside of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park.
The Hang Tien caves are the largest in the Tu Lan cave system, combining the massiveness experienced in caves like Hang En with the fascinating formations associated with this system. Hang Tien 1 has the largest chamber, while Hang Tien 2 is the longest at 3km.
The caves are particularly striking for their flora in the entrance passages, made possible by the daylight entering deep into the cave. These cracks also allow drip water into the cave, resulting in numerous stalactites and stalagmites. Stalactites grow from the ceiling and expand by about 1cm every 10 thousand years. The ceiling dome likely formed many years ago when the cave was full of water.
The women are harvesting grass, a type of grass that grows naturally in lowland areas. This grass is found throughout Vietnam, in some low-lying areas in Central and Southern Vietnam. Grass can be used as fodder, fertilizer or a material to keep plants moist.
Grasslands in Thang Binh, Quang Nam, Vietnam spanning with a radius of about 500m. This is considered as a green lung that helps balance the ecosystem in this land. The field is a biodiversity area, home to insects, snakes, toads, frogs, frogs and fish.
Under the wind and sunlight, the grasslands are like waves and bring out the conical hats of the women. A wonderful harmony between man and nature.
On the last days of the year in Vietnam, at the markets they will sell peach trees in bloom, a symbol of spring and luck. The villagers come to this market and buy for their family a peach tree to bring home during the Tet holidays.
The blue-throated bee-eater is recognisable by its bright blue throat, chestnut head and back, and black eye stripe. Its upperparts and wing feathers are predominantly green, while its lower back, rump and tail are a brilliant blue. Adults have distinctive long tail feathers. Juveniles lack the long tail feathers and have a bluish green head. Adults measure about 28cm in length, including their tails
The fish market in Vi Thanh, Hau Giang province, Vietnam is the place to buy and sell seafood of the local people, this market is also known as the squat market, as most traders here squat on the ground for sale. From 2am every day, small businesses will start transporting goods to the market to arrange and sell and at about 10am, the goods will be delivered home.
Hoi An old town is like a picture, the street vendors are like dotted spots of color, making the street sparkling, lively and soulful. The street vendor reminds us of the life of Hoi An people in the past. Today, with the rapid growth of Hoi An,very few peddlers can exist. They became the rarity of the old town.
The photo was taken in Y Ti subdistrict of Lao Cai Pro in the North of Vietnam during the rice harvest season. Y Ti village is well known for its beautiful mountainous landscapes and its unique rice terraced fields.
(Panorama of 9 vertical shots & blended with 1 single shot with sunstar)
Cao nguyên Mộc Châu với những cánh đồng chè xanh bát ngát, khi tới vụ thu hoạch trên cánh đồng có tới hàng trăm người trải dài trên các sườn đồi uốn lượn nhanh tay thu hái để đảm bảo cho chất lượng theo tiêu chuẩn 1 tôm (búp chè) 2 lá.
Môi công nhân hái chè ở đây một ngày có thể hái được từ 60kg - 150kg/ngày.
On a peaceful afternoon in Lap An lagoon, Hue, the man quietly pulled the boat back after a hard working day. The light of the sun must shine down on the surface of the water, making the space more dazzling.
The mountainous areas of Northern Vietnam still face many difficulties. On non-school days, children often help their parents with jobs such as upland cultivation of corn and rice ... In the afternoon, the children return home in the sunset filled with happiness.
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