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.
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.