While most people row a boat using their hands, some can also row with their feet, on the Van River in Ninh Binh, Vietnam.
I enjoy a quiet moment as the sun sets over Lake Ky Lan on a stopover in Ninh Binh, Vietnam.
No signs were posted, but after reading about how the city was heavily bombed during the American War, my guess is that this is one of the few structures left standing in Dong Hoi, Vietnam.
Government buildings are sensitive photographic subjects, as I was abruptly reminded by a guard soon after I shot this photo in Dong Hoi, Vietnam.
Two guys hang out on the bridge leading to the East Gate of what little remains of the citadel in Dong Hoi, Vietnam.
Walking around in Hue, Vietnam, I come across a busy shopping street and this lady folding banana leaves.
The Nine Dynastic Urns, each dedicated to an emperor, stand in front of the Hien Lam Cac pavilion in the Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam.
I walk past these windows while exploring the vast Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam.
In ancient times, walking down the long corridor of the Left House is where someone would prepare oneself for a meeting with the emperor in the Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam.
These ladies carry around their chickens as they try to make a sale at the market in Hoi An, Vietnam.