In an alley lined with food stalls and street kitchens, this lady waits for customers in Hanoi, Vietnam.
I only walked a short section of the world’s longest ceramic mosaic on a wall that protects against flooding of the Red River in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Though St. Joseph’s Cathedral was closed, the courtyard was well used with kids playing and couples posing for pictures in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Girls in ao dai dresses wait to pose for pictures by an old tower on the east side of Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Isolated on a tiny island in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake is the Turtle Tower, one of the iconic images of Hanoi, Vietnam.
In the heart of Hanoi, Vietnam, is Hoan Kiem Lake with its signature red The Huc Bridge, tree branches dipping into its waters, and a pathway encircling its shores.
While the Ha Long Bay gets all of the attention, here’s a look at the other side of the road that runs along the shore in the city of Hon Gai, Vietnam.
Not only are the karst limestone formations fantastical, there’s an astounding number of them extending far into the horizon in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.
Anchored boats warm up in the morning sun against a backdrop of the renowned karst limestone formations in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.
The courtyard of this communal house, Dinh Hang Kenh, serves as a playground in the late afternoon, in Haiphong, Vietnam.