Lanterns
Lanterns
Temple of Literature
Temple of Literature
Side street
Side street
Halong Bay Sunset
Halong Bay Sunset
Red Sails of the bay
Red Sails of the bay
Cave's Mouth
Cave's Mouth
Secret entrance
Secret entrance
Busy Bay
Busy Bay
Cat Ba Sunset
Cat Ba Sunset
Post Harvest Paddies
Post Harvest Paddies
Cow Paddies
Cow Paddies
Tam Coc Harbour
Tam Coc Harbour
Lilypads at Bich Dong
Lilypads at Bich Dong
Harbour Afternoon
Harbour Afternoon
River Tours
River Tours
Mua Cave Lookout
Mua Cave Lookout
A Busy Street
A Busy Street
Under the Bridge
Under the Bridge
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Textured
Daisy
Daisy
Many Lanterns
Many Lanterns
Lanterns Everywhere
Lanterns Everywhere
Hội An, a colourful window
Hội An, a colourful window
Cyclist on Hoàng Diệu Bridge
Cyclist on Hoàng Diệu Bridge
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Lanterns
LanternsA market in Hanoi hangs lanterns above the entrance
Temple of Literature
Temple of LiteratureOne of Hanoi’s 8,000,000 scooters zips past the Temple of Literature that’s nestled in amongst tall green trees
Side street
Side streetA scooter nips past a side street in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam
Halong Bay Sunset
Halong Bay SunsetThe sun sets between two huge limestone formations while boats anchor up for the night in one of Halong Bay’s many lagoons
Red Sails of the bay
Red Sails of the bayThe iconic red sails of Halong Bay’s guest cruises sit anchored while the sun rises
Cave's Mouth
Cave's MouthOne of Halong Bay’s many caves is a gateway to the most wonderful views
Secret entrance
Secret entranceHalong Bay’s largest cave has an entrance that you can barely see nestled in amongst the limestone formations
Busy Bay
Busy BayThe view from the top of Titov Mountain is the most iconic view of Halong Bay - from here you can see just how busy it gets with cruise boats
Cat Ba Sunset
Cat Ba SunsetCat Ba island, also known as ‘Woman Island’, shows us her most gorgeous sunset as the deep red setting sun burns through the low cloud toward the busy harbour
Post Harvest Paddies
Post Harvest PaddiesThe rice paddies golden period is around august, but when I arrived the rice had already been picked
Cow Paddies
Cow PaddiesTwo domestic cattle crazy amongst the harvested rice paddies
Tam Coc Harbour
Tam Coc HarbourThese boats clang together all day while they wait for occupants to be taken along the river around the beautiful limestone formations
Lilypads at Bich Dong
Lilypads at Bich DongThe lilypads aren’t in full bloom here but they’re still an atmospheric addition to the Bich Dong Temple
Harbour Afternoon
Harbour AfternoonThe boats start to settle as the tours in the afternoon at Tam Coc Harbour start to finish up for the day
River Tours
River ToursIt’s only from up high that you can truly appreciate the scale of the limestone formations… and the fact they go on for as far as the eye can see. As you gently paddle past them in a boat, it for sure can make you feel small
Mua Cave Lookout
Mua Cave LookoutMany travel here not for the cave, but for the view from the top of the hill, with the city of Ninh Binh in the distance
A Busy Street
A Busy StreetPeople move to and fro on one of Hội An’s busy riverside streets. One of my favourite things to do in Hội An is grab a cold beer at one of the many restaurants and sit and watch the world go by
Under the Bridge
Under the BridgeNear to the Hoàng Diệu Bridge that we crossed many times a day was this riverside structure. I loved the simple tones of the image
Textured
TexturedThere are many art galleries in Hội An, and while I was stood outside of one of them in the courtyard I spotted this. A set of shelves, a plant pot, and a couple of wall-mounted lamps - they were all set against this brilliantly textured old wall and I loved the simplicity of it
Daisy
DaisyWe walked past two cows in Hội An every day - they were tied up to trees alongside the river and spent the day in the shade or grazing on the thick grass. Their owner visited them every day on his scooter
Many Lanterns
Many LanternsLanterns were introduced to Hội An by the Chinese in the 16th Century and today they are part of the charm of the old town
Lanterns Everywhere
Lanterns EverywhereIn Hội An you cannot go anywhere without seeing hundreds of colourful lanterns lining the streets, and at night they are a sight to behold
Hội An, a colourful window
Hội An, a colourful windowMost people shoot the nearby historical Japanese bridge which is right next to this wall, but I found the beautiful colours and the lantern in the window too good to miss
Cyclist on Hoàng Diệu Bridge
Cyclist on Hoàng Diệu BridgeOne of my favourite shots of the entire trip to Vietnam is this simple shot of a lady riding her bicycle along the Hoàng Diệu Bridge.
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