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Black and white photo exhibition takes place in Da Lat

Wednesday, December 30, 2015, 11:02 GMT+7

A photo exhibition is ongoing in Da Lat City, located in the Central Highlands region, featuring artworks on the people and landscapes of this resort town.

The event, which kicked off on December 27 and will close on January 2 at Thuy Ta Restaurant, showcases 40 black and white photos of the residents and scenery of the ‘flower city.’

All the photos were taken by four Vietnamese photographers, three of whom were born in this resort town.

“We hope that the exhibition would encourage people to love and treasure their hometown more,” Pham Anh Dung, one of the artists, said.

Besides depicting the landscapes, the photographers’ artworks also describe changes over time in Da Lat’s people and architecture, especially what has been caused by urbanization.

Nụ hôn (Pham Anh Dũng)

A kiss. Photo: Pham Anh Dung

Phố sương (Pham Anh Dũng)

A foggy town. Photo: Pham Anh Dung

Câu chuyện thời gian (Trần Quý)

The story of time. Photo: Tran Quy

DaLat mot goc nhin (Trần Qúy)

A corner of Da Lat. Photo: Tran Quy

Để mà sống (Nghĩa Nguyễn)

To earn a living. Photo: Nghia Nguyen

Nghĩ (Nghĩa Nguyễn)

Thinking. Photo: Nghia Nguyen

Dốc vắng đêm mưa (Trương Ngọc Thụy)

An empty slope on a rainy night. Photo: Truong Ngoc Thuy

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