In your eyes, where the place Vietnam most beautiful? Our questions are foreign photographer responded with these images upset: the picture angle is so simple that with them – people from a distance – that’s where most Vietnam feature. And more beautiful images to carry the most emotional story.
Surface of the Ba Be lake
Of all the places I’ve been to in Vietnam, causing nowhere and touched fresh my soul with Ba Be lake that day. That day, we went back a video with beautiful images of Vietnam, suddenly there are six women in traditional costumes of the Tày is smooth sailing on the lake near where we shoot. So glad we invited two people to model for us. Do not hesitate, despite the weather and the director asked to turn back, return, the two women still try to smile real big to get the best picture for us.
Back now though Ba Be lake many times since taking this picture, it’s hard to see the picture of Tày people wearing traditional dress here, but the image of two women always keep on smiling and generous in my mind. And so I found from Vietnam’s most beautiful places. Nick Gray (UK) has lived in Hanoi for eight years, speaks Vietnamese very exciting. From an English teacher, Nick moved to interior photography, business, advertising. Nick’s photo is printed in many history books and magazines.
Love letter S
First time visit to Chau Doc on the west region, I saw the beauty of the season rice area Ta Pa of Tri Ton distance Chau Doc by 20km. Sitting on the scenery from the hills, I’m ecstatic in front of a vast field of golden wheat and blue layers. After 5-10 minutes, I saw a big tree and a very impressive way, S-shaped drawing up of Vietnam’s beloved. And the assiduous of mothers with heavy two shoulders quietly away in the rice fields have suggested in my real passions.
Peter Pham settlers to America as children. Two years ago, Pham moved to Ho Chi Minh city active professional photographers. Pham specializes in photos of idyllic landscapes of Vietnam – as the images that he says “I have no childhood with it so I’m looking back at his childhood his country.”
In Sapa, when not in school, the Mong baby help parents sell traditional gifts such as handmade wallet, or souvenirs made from raw materials to earn in the forest. With no guests, the children play by holding the interesting folk game like me take refreshment stalls in this way. The box game, jump rope, hopscotch is very attractive because despite differences in culture, history and language of our childhood also experienced moments like this.
To Vietnam, I discovered a number of major cities, but where I enjoy most Sapa. I myself moved from noisy Saigon, bustling Hanoi, on the misty highlands full of Sa Pa. And to come here, I have the impression of a land of fun colorful culture. Price as cultural identity to be kept here forever, do not fade over months on…Eric Liao is the creative director of a design firm in Singapore. Eric has interest to explore the land and culture in the world where he found a benevolent character and above all friendly smiles.
One night, I was lost in the small streets of Hanoi. I have ventured to ask the way a woman selling rice vermicelli in the lane. She is busy with scoop each bowl of noodles to visitors, who sit around waiting for food has always urged her out but she still put bowl down, pointing the way for my guidance. She was laughing and everyone around you is laughing. I feel quietly pleased.
I have read somewhere that the sidewalk food in Vietnam is very interesting. And to come here, I discovered something new again. Sidewalk food in Vietnam is not only interesting because of the abundance of spices, but also by the friendliness of the people. Yes, delicious food around us when there is sincere.Beyne Thiery (France) took photographs of Vietnam for 15 years. “With the eyes of the Europeans, I find the real beauty was no longer on our country. Vietnam is a gamut of colors and shades magic, I was always happy and keep shooting tirelessly on this beautiful country, and also the country of my wife “- Thiery said.
Old cars on the famous Hang Ngang in Hanoi. Features blends old and new are always giving me good feelings. I appreciate what goes through but also to the future. Hanoi thousand years of beautiful and graceful as the morning fog in Hoan Kiem lake and spread around, covering the tree-lined streets, the crowded streets, the cone course, lakes and parks. With dozens of pagodas, communal houses, temples hidden away, with restaurants in the street find their ancient flavor, this city deserves to anyone taking the time to explore the treasures in the quiet, peaceful and forget the loud sounds, speakers, the sound of motorcycle engines are everywhere.
I have had countless times and went walking along the horizontal motorcycle cities are constantly expanding this. But Hanoi’s Old Quarter is always deep in my heart.Nicolas Cornet (France) to Vietnam since 1987. 22 years from now, he has spent most of his working time between Europe and Asia, published several books about Vietnam such as Vietnam – Editions du Chne 2004, Vietnam – a sense of place … In 2010, he had a photo exhibition in Hanoi entitled “Hanoi – the city of art.”
Truong Tien bridge
As I was walking on Truong Tien bridge (Hue), a cyclo runs and the children shouted “Hello.” I also see this scene, this smile, these greetings across Vietnam, but where I come across. Dumplings car by pushing the older woman on the bridge also reminds me something interesting: great food in Vietnam, despite enjoying the sidewalk. “
I took this picture with a new discovery, an assertion is true about my country than I have been engaged for several years: Truong Tien bridge not Trang Tien as I (and many) each mistake.Peter Tuckings (Australia) is a professional photographer for magazines such as Conde Nast, Travel + Leisure, Insight Guides (UK), Discovery (Hong Kong). Over the years, Peter has traveled throughout Southeast Asia to take pictures. And he intends to marry a girl of Vietnam to be here forever.
Morning, the floating markets near Long Xuyen (An Giang province), the boat carrying a man and a woman to visit a surfing boat light food. Between the noise of passing ships, my dear man ?i call: “Hello, hello.” When I raised the camera up, linked arm in arm across his neck woman hugged and kissed a bit. The woman hesitated, perhaps the first time she was married midst of people should blush, only laughed. I love this moment, I like Vietnamese people, so sincere. I saw Vietnamese little kiss at crowded places, but so does not mean they can not show love.
The people that i met in Mekong river Delta who I met were sincere, generous. Especially river man met me always ready to offer a glass as if had known each other for so long.Morgan Ommer a free photographer in Hong Kong (China), collaborators of many major magazines including Time, Vogue, Travel & Leisure. Ommer came to Vietnam in 1994. In 2010, Ommer used boats all over Mekong River Delta to take pictures.