Photographer's Note

On this grey wet Monday in Rotterdam, I thought I would post my first photo of Vietnam.
This sunny faced young girl, together with a few friends were selling small china birds whistles to the tourist that visit Hang pagoda and Tien Cave. When the kids were not busy selling, they played around the pillars of the pagoda. And I just sat and watched them play and clicked away..........

The coast close to the Cambodia border, is dotted with towering limestone formations which make it quite picturesque, unlike the rest of the Delta coast, which is flat. The fishing villages of the Hon Chong peninsula, have so far escaped modern development. Most of the villagers live in small houses, right on the white sand beach.

I know she is pretty much centralized here, but I didnt want to crop the writign on the pagoda or blue shutters. Was I wrong?

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