Ho Chi Minh was looked upon as the father of modern Viet Nam. His remains are lovingly stored within this mausoleum. There are guards & soldiers on sentry duty. All bags & hats must be left at reception, & no walking on the lawns is allowed.
Taken on an overcast day.
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bantonbuju (51763) 2005-05-09 3:37
hi chris, hard to belive the places like this - honouring comunism - still exist in the world, but they do!
thatks for showing us this object;
RGatward (20052) 2005-05-09 3:37
Strange quality you've got for this one Chris. It looks like one of those soviet era postcards that you used to be able to get in Eastern Europe, and a very appropriate style for the subject.
chinchini (31529) 2005-05-09 3:52
Tu nous fais voyager tous les jours dans des pays différents. C'est agréable et très intéressant. Toujours de beaux documents comme cette photo aujourd'hui d'un monument culte au Vietnam.
Le ciel nébuleux fait bien ressortir la silhouette de l'édifice. Très bon cadrage.
Bien vu !
greg64g (11193) 2005-05-09 4:20
this is an impressive monument, it's hard to comment this picture, are you sure the father of modern vietnam was communist, it's looks more an old egyptian king !
cessy (13647) 2005-05-09 4:37
very nice shot, Chris
very interesting monument and excellently captured with the men there walking
PixelTerror (0) 2005-05-09 5:46
We can see here everybody feels the need to keep the remains of these famous persons, be they egyptian pharaohs or communist emperors... INteresting also the people already forming a line before entering the mausoleum.
Have a nice day,
supereira (9576) 2005-05-09 6:17
I like the composition and point of view.Good colors and contrasts.I like the detail of the persons.Good light and sharpness.I like the contrast between the sky and the building.Good job!
Fixfocus (9385) 2005-05-09 6:27
Well chosen pov with a good perspective.The soft light,without shadows makes all details very good visible.Good compo with the row of visitors in the foreground.Again a perfect TE topic!
jhm (132000) 2005-05-09 7:57
A great man for Vietnam Ho-Che-Minh, you picture show very nice the great mausoleum in perfect perspective, with really colours, excellent for a scanning photo.
Kenny10pin (19301) 2005-05-09 9:18
nice take here, I like the people in a single file here, very interesting, the structure is quite big, great note too, well done
nwoehnl (122) 2005-05-09 10:15
Interesting documentary-type of shot of the folks striding in front of the mausoleum. Not exactly a pretty building and the photo looks, like Richard put it, more like an authorized postcard - but that makes it even more suitable for TE, I think. Good shot.
Zepi (22848) 2005-05-09 12:13
J'aime ces personnes qui donne beaucoup de dynamisme à cette image!
weswang (18223) 2005-05-09 12:43
Hi Chris, I heard about the monument, I have never sent a picture before. Thank for sharing. This is a well composed photo with nice sharpness and well contrast.
avigur_11 (22033) 2005-05-09 14:10
Interesting shot, Chris. I like the row of people in front of the mausoleum. Somehow the overcast sky works well here.
carper (96) 2005-05-09 14:10
very good shot Chris,
What an impact can this have, very good composition, good point of view, very good job,
elihesamian (26149) 2005-05-10 23:54
A superb mausoleum for this great man.
well captured with a very good POV,and strongly composed,too.also good use of the poeple that gives a nice scale.Thanks Chris for sharing.
MoosicMan (1231) 2005-05-15 9:06
Good shot, Chris. Man, you get around, don't you? I never saw a shot of this before, thanks.
krakus (1581) 2005-05-29 8:52
tilted. missing right corner. even soldier is cut in half.
one thing that saves photo are people in row.
Polycrate (21) 2005-07-23 10:34
Bien sûr qu'Ho Chi Minh est le père du Viet-Nam actuel...
Mais je ne me hasarderais pas à le qualifier de "moderne"...
On peut dire au contraire que son dogmtisme a fait régresser le Viet-Nam puis l'a bloqué 60 ans durant..