Photos taken in Ha Giang province in northeast Vietnam. Read more about our big family trip to Vietnam, see our itinerary and find out what I thought about Hoi An in the following related posts.
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What beautiful colours these Dao ladies use brighten up the dark clothes they are wearing.
We had an amazing time Victoria, and there’ll be plenty more photos and posts to come….
These are beautiful photos – really gives you a taste of your trip. I hope you had a great time. Sorry I am late with my comment! #MySundayPhoto
Thanks Annette. The paddies do look very different without the bright green shoots, that’s for sure.
Yes, very very foreign!
Thanks Catherine, sure was a great trip.
Yes they are Richard. They belong to the Dao minority. I don’t remember what they were selling I’m afraid. The paddies look very different without water and bright green shoots don’t they?
Are the three identically and decoratively dressed ladies so-called “tribal” people? And what are they selling? The terraced paddy fields are wonderfully sculptural.
Wonderful photos taken on a great trip.
Great couple of photos, I love the patterns in the field
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A lovely insight into a very foreign landscape and culture to England.
Amazing man-made ‘shelves’ are easy to see in this photo. Usually the terraces are a little more disguised when the crop is fully grown. Great photo Phoebe