Unique hues of rural Vietnam

By Huynh Phuong   August 17, 2020 | 09:41 pm GMT+7
Lensman Cao Ky Nhan has long nurtured an admiration for Vietnam's idyllic countryside, visiting rice fields, witnessing buffaloes enjoy a dip in rivers or learning more about fishing.
Unique hues of rural Vietnam

At the start of October, rice fields lining Quay Son River in Trung Khanh District, northern Cao Bang Province are golden ripe.

With a passion for photography, Nhan, a resident in Ho Chi Minh City, spends most his time traveling, focused on the rhythms of rural life.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

In one of Nhan's photos, local kids cool down on a hot summer afternoon in Bac Son District, the northern province of Lang Son.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

A farmer takes his buffaloes for a dip in Son Tay, a district-level town in Hanoi.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

This bamboo bridge is symbolic of Cam Dong Village, Dien Phong Commune of Quang Nam Province in central Vietnam. From above, the simple structure resembles a strip of silk spun across Vinh Dien River.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

A man accompanies his horses along My Khe Beach in Co Luy Village, Tinh Khe Commune, Son Tinh District, about 12 km east of Quang Ngai Town's center.

This pristine spot boasts a lush green forest, clear blue sea, pure golden sunshine and a 7-km long strip of sand. My Khe Beach lies near Sa Ky Port and 3 km from the Son My relic site.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

A farmer is flocked by hundreds of feeding ducks near Tra O Lagoon, Phu My District, south-central Binh Dinh Province.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

A fisherwoman plies her trade on O Loan Lagoon, Tuy An District of Phu Yen Province in south-central Vietnam.

Locals commonly survive by catching shrimp and fish, using a system of five to eight nets, arranged in a triangular pattern. When it’s dark out, oil lamps are lit at the top of each net to attract prey.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

Locals cross a suspension bridge in Dak Ha District, Kon Tum Province in the Central Highlands. Kon Tum features hundreds of similar type bridges that help kids to attend school and their parents to travel to work.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

A herd of cows stroll across the sand in Bac Binh District, south-central Binh Thuan Province.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

A flock of sheep enjoy the emerald grasslands of Tuy Phong District, Binh Thuan, also in the south-central region.

The author said he had used a drone to provide a diverse angle on local life.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

From the center of Vinh Long Town in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long, tourists travel along Highway 902 to reach Mang Thit. The village is over 100 years old and is the largest brick manufacturer in the Mekong Delta.

It operates about 1,300 kilns, stretching over an area of ​​3,000 ha, most of which are located along Thay Cai Canal, adjacent to Co Chien River, a branch of the Mekong River.

Unique hues of rural Vietnam

An early morning countryside market at the heart of Vi Thanh Town in the Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang. Each vendor has a fixed location covering an area of ​​2-4 square meters. The market is held from 2 a.m. until noon each day.

 
 
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