Vietnam exposed in dizzying variety

By Huynh Phuong   December 31, 2019 | 11:08 am GMT+7

Local lensman Cao Ky Nhan has brilliantly captured the different angles of Vietnam’s stunning landscapes and peaceful local life.

Riped rice field rest rest by the Quay Son River and limestone mountain ranges in Phong Nam Valley of Cao Bang Province, bordering with China. The photos title is Buoi chieu tai Phong Nam or Evening at Phong Nam and taken between September and October.This is one of many photos in the Beauty of Vietnam album that Nhan has taken in 2019. With a passion for photography, the lensman from Phu Yen Province often spends time traveling, capturing beautiful scenes from the South to the North, especially landscapes and the pace of everyday life in his home country.

"Afternoon at Phong Nam" features rice terraces hugging Quay Son River and limestone mountain ranges along Phong Nam Valley of Cao Bang Province, bordering China, in northern Vietnam. 

It was taken between September and October and is one of many photos in the "Beauty of Vietnam" series Nhan shot in 2019. With a passion for photography, the lensman from Phu Yen Province often spends his time capturing beautiful scenes from south to north.

Done shot of farmers planting rice on terraced fields in the upland commune of Y Ty, Bat Xat District, Lao Cai Province.The photos title is Bat dau mua lua moi or Starting of the new rice season.

"Starting of the New Rice Season" depicts farmers planting rice along a terraced field in the upland commune of Y Ty, Bat Xat District, Lao Cai Province.

The first rains in May bring water to the fields, which is when farming enters a new season. The fields look even more beautiful during flood season, outlined by a golden sun.

Nhan says the places he visits are very popular among tourists and photographers who often travel here for a photo-opportunity.

Fishermen walk on bamboo stilts that are about one-meter to catch small fishes and shrimps in Quang Lang Beach, Thuy Hai Commune, Thai Thuy District, Thai Binh Province. The photos title is Binh minh tren bien or Sunrise at the sea.People living in Quang Lang coastal village has been living off fishing and processing aquatic products for many generations.

In "Sunrise at Sea", fishermen walk on bamboo stilts about one-meter in height to catch small fish and shrimp on Quang Lang Beach, Thuy Hai Commune, Thai Thuy District in the northern province of Thai Binh.  

Quang Lang villagers have survived on fishing and processing aquatic products for many generations.

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"When the Sea Wakes Up", shot at dawn in Thang Binh District, central Quang Nam Province, captures the simple life of a fisherman preparing for the day ahead.

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"Coral Reefs in Hon Yen Islet", Phu Yen Province, central Vietnam.

"Coral can expose itself completely after the tide recedes. This is a well-known photography spot, but also an important conservation area that helps protect coastal biodiversity. So please be careful when taking photos and avoid trampling on coral reefs," Nhan says.

Fishermen catch seafood using giant firshnets near the islet.  The bird-eye-view photo is called Mua danh bat ca com Hon Yen or Anchovy fishing season in Hon Yen.Hon Yen is located in Nhon Hoi Village, An Hoa Commune, Tuy An District, about 20 km northeast of Tuy Hoa Town. Visitors to Hon Yen can experience the tourism of the fishing village, see the busy trains and the fishermen rushing to work in the early morning and afternoon.

The birds-eye-view "Anchovy Fishing Season in Hon Yen" shows fishermen casting giant fishing nets near the islet.

Hon Yen is located in Nhon Hoi Village, An Hoa Commune, Tuy An District, about 20 km northeast of Tuy Hoa Town. Visitors to Hon Yen can experience the charm of the village, fishing boats and fishermen rushing to work in the early morning and afternoon.

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"Da Rang Bridge Immersed in Clouds" shows Phu Yen's iconic crossing of Ba River, also known as Da Rang River.

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"Morning Mist in Dai Lao"

Situated in Bao Loc Town of the central highlands province of Lam Dong, Dai Lao Commune is famous for its mist setting gently over the hills and trees during early morning.

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"Landmark 81 in Night Clouds" snaps the moment nocturnal clouds cross over the tallest skyscraper in Vietnam, peaking at 461.5 meters in height."

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"Water Lilies Harvest Season" shows Mekong Delta women in Long An Province collect water lilies during the annual flood season, which peaks in October.

Female famers here do not mind photographers shooting them at work.

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"Tet Flower Growers' Smile on Bumper Crop" captures the happy smiles of two farmers in southern Dong Thap Province whose flower gardens have been readied for the Lunar New Year.

 
 
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