Friday, November 25, 2016

Vietnam through Turkish lenses

A collection of Vietnam’s natural landscapes and people by Turkish photographers during a recent trip to Vietnam has been published on Boredpanda - a leading art, design and photography community website in Europe.
They are professional photographers from the SSS Club that selected Vietnam as the destination for a photography trip. The 19-person group also included Vietnamese photographer Nguyen Vu Phuoc and Phuoc who helped them on their trip.
During the 16-day journey, they came to Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Sapa, Hue, Hoi An, Nha Trang and the south west. The photographers had to wake up at 4 am every day to catch the sunrise at their locations.
Ao Dai in Hue
Fishermen raise their nets on the Huong River in Hue
Cham lady in Nha Trang

Temples of the feudal kings and lords in Hue
A young monk in Tra Vinh
Tam Coc tourist site in Ninh Binh Province, nicknamed Halong Bay on land
Terraced fields in Sapa

Mekong River
Doc Lech salt field in Nha Trang

An ethnic woman in Sapa


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