A building with blue tiles adorning its wall at the Achi Shrine in Kurashiki, Japan.
The Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution is dedicated to the 1995 earthquake in Kōbe, Japan.
Though St. Joseph’s Cathedral was closed, the courtyard was well used with kids playing and couples posing for pictures in Hanoi, 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.
Some clothes are hung out to dry in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Wandering around Ako Dhong village in Buon Ma Thuot, Vietnam, there’s a blend of modern and traditional, as with this remodeled longhouse.