The beauty of Vietnam through images on National Geographic
Photographs taken by photographer Tran Tuan Viet in all parts of the country and published in 2022 were compiled by National Geographic magazine.
A flock of seagulls flies around a whale off the coast of Vung Boi – De Ghi, near Quy Nhon. This is the latest photo by photographer Tran Tuan Viet published on National Geographic (NatGeo), the magazine of the National Geographic Society and a paid television channel, December 2022. “Mother and daughter Bryde whales on the coast of De Gi, Binh Dinh province,” Viet wrote in the caption.
Tuan Viet started his photography career in 2007, won many high awards in prestigious photo contests, and is the only Vietnamese photographer to collaborate with NatGeo.
The photo, posted on NatGeo in October 2022, captures the moment a fisherman rowed a basket boat to harvest seaweed called sargassum. This is a type of seaweed that grows a lot in coral reefs, rising to the surface during the dry season from May to July. Viet took this photo on Hon Kho Island, during a vacation in Quy Nhon.
The photo, selected by NatGeo editors in August 2022, captures the moment the boys are lifting their teammates on their shoulders. This scene took place at the water wrestling festival in Van village, Viet Yen district, Bac Giang province.
The festival is held for three days, from the 12th to the 14th of the fourth lunar month, every four years with the purpose of praying for a bountiful harvest, favorable rain and wind. In 2018, NatGeo also ranked the water wrestling festival as one of the most special traditions in the world.
An aerial photo of Ma Pi Leng. This is one of the four great peaks of the pass in the North of Vietnam, connecting Ha Giang town, Dong Van and Meo Vac districts. This place is about 300 km from Hanoi, near the Chinese border. Right at the foot of the pass is Nho Que River.
Photo of a woman carrying a street vendor walking on a ceramic street in Hanoi, posted in July 2022. The murals on the Red River dike are made from ceramics from Bat Trang village, which is famous for its centuries-old traditional pottery. This is also the place where many international and domestic tourists come to check-in and take photos.
This is the featured photo in May 2022, selected by the editors at NatGeo. In the photo is a farmer cycling past a tree growing in the field, on the outskirts of Hanoi.
This photo, posted on NatGeo in January 2022, is a scene of a tourist standing inside Son Doong cave, the largest cave in the world, as the sun shines down. “To take this photo, I woke up at 5am, went through the trekking route for about 4 hours and waited for the first rays of sunlight to penetrate deep into the cave,” Viet said.
NatGeo’s Instagram account with 6.5 million followers posted this photo on January 15, 2022. On the photo is a person standing on Ta Xua peak, 2,865 m high, located between Yen Bai and Son La provinces. The best time to see clouds here is from December to March.
The photo captures the beauty of tea hills in dense fog in Long Coc commune, Phu Tho province, about 112 km from Hanoi. Long Coc in recent years has become a favorite destination for many photographers thanks to the tea hills shaped like upside-down bowls placed side by side.
(According to NatGeo )
Photo: Tran Tuan Viet
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