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.
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.
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.
Sea flowers in a storm
The pure and vibrant beauty of Phu Yen is now embellished with the beautiful open-air coral garden. If you have a chance to visit once, the coral garden in Phu Yen will definitely make you admire and be amazed.
Images of two women diligently pruning and tending flower pots preparing for sale during the Vietnamese New Year. Every year, every year, in the middle of December of lunar month, Tet flower gardens in My Phong commune, Tien Giang province, Vietnam are filled with flowers, of which Cuc flowers are grown the most.
Two ladies take a break beneath the hot sun of midday on Bach Dang street. In Vietnam, it is still very common to find ladies carrying bamboo baskets filled with fruit to sell, and especially so in the ancient town of Hoi An. On your feet all day, however, is not an easy job.
Both ladies are wearing non las (leaf hats) that help to shield them from the sun. The conical hat is iconic to Vietnam. Hoi An's picturesque Thu Bon River, with hanging lanterns adorning the docked boats, and the yellow walls of the old city behind create the perfect backdrop.
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