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The beauty of Vietnam captured from above

The beauty of Vietnam captured from above

Thursday, August 17, 2017, 15:00 GMT+7
The beauty of Vietnam captured from above
A lotus harvest

Vietnam’s renowned landscapes are nothing short of breathtaking in these drone photos submitted to a local photography contest.

The contest, themed ‘Vietnam from above’, called on local photographers to submit their best drone photos of Vietnam for an upcoming calendar collection.

Organized by the Ho Chi Minh City Photography Association in coordination with Phuong Nam Calendar Company, the contest received nearly 3,400 submissions since launching in mid-2017.

The best 100 photos were shortlisted and entered into the final round. A panel of judges will score the finalists and the top 16 prizes will be announced on August 27.

“As the winners will be featured in calendars, bright and refreshing photos are preferred,” said photographer Bui Minh Son, a member of the judgment panel.

“Photos that are well executed but gloomy don’t fall into the scope of this competition.”

Dambri Waterfall in Bao Loc District
Dambri Waterfall in Bao Loc District
Spring fields in An Giang Province.
Spring fields in An Giang Province
Ta Nung Lake in Dak Nong Province
Ta Nung Lake in Dak Nong Province
Spring colors
Spring colors
Colors
Colors
Terraces farmed by the La Chi ethnic people in northern Vietnam
Terraces farmed by the La Chi ethnic people in northern Vietnam
Fish drying
Fish drying
Terraces in Mu Cang Chai District, Yen Bai Province
Terraces in Mu Cang Chai District, Yen Bai Province
Harvest season
Harvest season
A floating village on Lan Ha Bay in Quang Ninh Province
A floating village on Lan Ha Bay in Quang Ninh Province
Turtle Lake in Ho Chi Minh City
Turtle Lake in Ho Chi Minh City
A lotus harvest
A lotus harvest
Salt flats
Salt flats
Bac Son Valley in Lang Son Province
Bac Son Valley in Lang Son Province

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