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Photo contest highlights beauty of spring in Vietnam

Sunday, January 20, 2019, 18:49 GMT+7
Photo contest highlights beauty of spring in Vietnam
First prize: Workers welcome the New Year at the construction site. Photo: Huynh Pham Anh Dung

An annual photo contest marking the 2019 Lunar New Year organized by the Ho Chi Minh City Photographers Association has come to an end and two photographers have been honored with the first prizes.

This year’s competition received a total of 2,662 entries of 279 photographers from 49 provinces and cities throughout Vietnam.

The contest included two usual themes: spring in the country and birds, flowers, fish, and bonsai, along with a new category, insects.

There were, however, only two first prizes, namely Huynh Pham Anh Dung in the ‘spring in the country’ category and Bui Trong Hieu in the ‘insects’ category.

A total of 120 photos have been chosen to be displayed at an upcoming exhibition.

Among them are two first prizes, four second prizes, six third prizes, and 10 consolation prizes.

First prize: Teamwork. Photo: Bui Trong Hieu
First prize: Teamwork. Photo: Bui Trong Hieu
Second prize: The joy of winning. Photo: Tran Anh Tuan
Second prize: The joy of winning. Photo: Tran Anh Tuan
Third prize: Spring rain. Photo: Vu Van Hiep (Hoang Hiep)
Third prize: Spring rain. Photo: Vu Van Hiep (Hoang Hiep)
 
Third prize: Frost flowers. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan
Third prize: Frost flowers. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan
Third prize: Wedding ceremony of the Cham Bani people. Photo: Ngo Quang Phuc
Third prize: Wedding ceremony of the Cham Bani people. Photo: Ngo Quang Phuc
Third prize: City in spring. Photo: Giang Son Dong
Third prize: City in spring. Photo: Giang Son Dong

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