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Le petit écolier de Sadec by maximage

Posted on 2014-06-19

[Ecole Marguerite Duras à Sadec Vietnam.
Tous ses petits copains ont déjà quitté la classe! En retard sur son travail, le petit écolier termine studieusement sa tâche.

School Marguerite Duras Sadec Vietnam.
All his cronies have already left the classroom! Behind his work, the schoolboy studiously finished its task ...

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Cuir center...

Cuir center... by Batisse

Posted on 2016-03-07

Marché aux buffles près de Sapa, nord Vietnam.

Market buffalo near Sapa, Northern Vietnam.

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Baie d'Halong terrestre

Baie d'Halong terrestre by maximage

Posted on 2014-11-22

Jour de pluie sur la Baie d'Halong terrestre, ville et province vietnamienne de Ninh Binh au sud de Hanoi.
Le nom de Ninh Binh évoque souvent l'image de petits sampans fendant les eaux vertes jades d'une rivière paisible. Le regard du voyageur se tourne tantôt à gauche tantôt à droite vers les falaises calcaires des petites montagnes couvertes de végétation.
Entre montagnes, plaines, fleuves et mer, la nature est ici en parfaite harmonie dans le paysage pittoresque de la Baie d'Halong terrest

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Jour de marché à Cao Son...

Jour de marché à Cao Son... by maximage

Posted on 2014-11-20

Voyage au pays des Hmongs Fleuris dans le village de Cao Son au nord du Vietnam.
L'une des traditions qui caractérise les Hmongs fleuris est la richesse du décor brodé ou appliqué sur leurs vêtements.

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red Dzao woman elderly Sapa minority tribe Vietnam

Ninety-Five and Counting by Lai Chan See

Posted on 2013-03-19

This elderly lady is the grand mother-in-law of our guide. She appears a healthy ninety-five and still contributes to the household income by sewing and selling of embroidered handicrafts. It would not be surprising if she even helps at the family farm.

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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Saigon by maximage

Posted on 2014-04-06

Construite par les français entre 1863 et 1880, la Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Saigon représente l'un des plus beaux ouvrages de la colonie française à l'époque de la Cochinchine.

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Into the Gorge

Into the Gorge by Lai Chan See

Posted on 2015-05-29

The scene is set in Tam Coc, a small town in north Vietnam, located on the side of a river that meanders through limestone hills. It was a rainy day, which casts a coat of mist over the beautiful landscape.

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Vietnam, Halong Bay, Gulf of Tonkin

Vietnam, Halong Bay, Gulf of Tonkin by Henry Westheim

Posted on 2016-03-24

Vietnam, Chinese tourist junk in Halong Bay, Gulf of Tonkin. Halong Bay was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1994. There are over 1600 islands, inlets and limestone pillars rising from the water. It is incredibly beautiful!

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Petite famille vietnamienne...

Petite famille vietnamienne... by maximage

Posted on 2015-01-16

Vietnam 2014 / Petite famille vietnamienne dans le delta du Mékong au sud de Saigon. Mon épouse attire l'attention des enfants pendant que je capture la scène.

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Cao Son

Hmongs Fleuris 1 by maximage

Posted on 2014-01-08

Jeune maman et son enfant de l'ethnie des Hmongs Fleuris dans le village de Cao Son. Nord Vietnam

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Rowing in the Rain

Rowing in the Rain by Lai Chan See

Posted on 2014-03-20

A three hours drive south east of Hanoi brought us to Tam Coc where we boarded boats that took us along a river running through padi fields and karst formations. There was fog and a light drizzle throughout the boat ride, and the wet weather did marvels to the atmosphere of the place. Note that rowing of the boat was done by feet instead of hands!

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visages du Vietnam

visages du Vietnam by Sue-Ann

Posted on 2015-06-24

Le masque n'est pas utilisé contre la pollution mais bizarrement pour garder la peau blanche et ne pas bronzer. Les Vietnamiens tout comme les Chinois aiment avoir la peau blanche. La plupart sont couverts de la tête aux pieds: casque, lunettes, masque couvrant jusqu'aux oreilles, jupes longues qui recouvrent leurs vêtements propres, un gilet qui recouvre entièrement les mains pour la conduite de leur scooter.

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minority tribe lady dress Sapa

Young Lady of the Red Dzao Tribe by Lai Chan See

Posted on 2013-03-16

I have just returned from a trip to Sapa in the north of Vietnam. This area has many minority tribes and it was fascinating to see their way of life, and to photograph the people in their very colourful ethnic dresses. This young lady was our guide, from to the Red Dzao tribe. She speaks very good conversational English, which she has learnt from contact with tourists over the last few years. She cannot read or write. She brought us to her village to meet her family.

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portrait of a vietnamese girl

Portrait, Hanoi, Vietnam by Thomas Jeppesen

Posted on 2013-12-22

One of my favorite photos re-freshed in PS ... She has this fantastic look on her face I really enjoy. Many stories form in my head when I see it...

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Vietnam, fishing boats on China Beach

Vietnam, fishing boats on China Beach by Henry Westheim

Posted on 2015-11-02

China Beach, near Da nang, on the South China Sea, was an in-country R & R retreat for US servicemen during the Vietnam war. It was also the home to the 510th Evacuation Hospital. Today, it is one of Vietnam's many beautiful beaches; it is a gorgeous 18 mile (30 km) stretch of fine white sand running from near Danang to Hoi An.

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Uno scatto imperdibile camminando per Hanoi

un lavoro fatto bene by Giancarlo

Posted on 2019-12-12

Una spazzola fatta a mano a Hanoi.

A woman with a hand made brush in Hanoi.

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Vietnam, Hue, The Imperial City, The Citadel

Vietnam, Hue, Hue Imperial City, The Citadel by Henry Westheim

Posted on 2016-03-20

The Imperial City, the Citadel, Kinh Thanh, Hue, Vietnam
Hue served as Vietnam's capital from 1802 to 1945 under the Nguyen Dynasty. The Imperial City, the Citadel, Kinh Thanh, began being built in 1804 by Emperor Gia Long. Official state functions were conducted here and it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1993. It is a walled fortress and imperial palace covering 2 square kilometers (1.24 miles) and surrounded by a moat.

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Hoi Han

Marchandage... by maximage

Posted on 2015-01-18

Grand marchandage et petites transactions dans cette scène quotidienne capturée sur un marché de la petite ville de Hoi An.

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Food stall tree

Food stall tree by ~~~Ann~~~

Posted on 2014-02-06

This tree is the focal point for a string of Mekong riverside foodstalls each with a few tables and chairs. Another view here.

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Marchande de fleurs

Marchande de fleurs by Ddo

Posted on 2017-04-23

Flower merchants in Vietnam

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Hoi An

Viens Poupoule... by maximage

Posted on 2014-04-05

Vietnam 2014
Les vendeuses de poules au marché de Hoi An.

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Vietnam 20

Vietnam 20 by PAPOU

Posted on 2016-12-17

688 kilometers aboard the SE1 in 14 hours on the trans Vietnamese remains a fascinating and unforgettable experience. Getting up at 6:00, roused by the frantic rhythm of our train, I could let myself go to observe the extraordinary landscapes and life in the stations. The train winds along slopes, cliffs, rice paddies. We cross rusted bridges, crossing small stations, level crossings, only signs of civilization. Here no coffee, but a salesperson of rice noodle soup, traditional breakfast.

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minority tribe colourful market Sapa women

The Flower H'Mong in Bac Ha by Lai Chan See

Posted on 2013-03-21

The Flower H'Mongs (I suppose they are so called because of their very colourful dresses) congregate on Sundays at the market in Bac Ha, a town about 100 km from Sapa. This busy Sunday market sells all things, from dresses and bags to pigs and buffalos.

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Dans les rues d'Hanoï 6

Dans les rues d'Hanoï 6 by mo.langel

Posted on 2021-03-20

Les rues de Hanoï inondées par les pluies.

The streets of Hanoi, flooded by the rain.

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Vietnam, Hanoi, Temple Of Literature

Vietnam, Hanoi, Temple Of Literature by Henry Westheim

Posted on 2016-03-23

The Temple of Literature was built in 1070 by King Ly Thanh Tong in dedication to education and high academic achievement. Six years later it became the first university in Hanoi.

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