An ongoing exhibition in Hanoi is highlighting precious family memories captured in outstanding entries of a six-month photography competition.
The exhibition, entitled 'Mai am gia dinh Viet' (Vietnamese homes), was opened at the Vietnamese Women's Museum in Hoan Kiem District on Friday and will run until Sunday.
'Vietnamese homes' showcases 70 best photos chosen from a pool of nearly 1,000 entries submitted by 238 participants to a photography competition organized by Nguoi Ha Noi (Hanoian) newspaper and Nguoi Lam Bao (Journalist) online magazine.
The six-month contest, running from June, was held in observation of the Vietnamese Family Day (June 28).
Of the 70 images on display, two were awarded second prizes, three won the third prizes, and 11 received consolidation prizes.
There was no first-prize winner.
The photos captured the intimate moments among members of families across Vietnam in their daily activities.
Below are some of the photos on display:
|'Mat troi cua me' (A mother's sun) by Le Quy Trong
|'Anh mat cua ngoai' (Grandmother's look) by Nguyen Van Luan
|'Nguoi phu nu Xo dang' (A Xo Dang woman) by Pham Huy Dang
|'Tet vung cao' (Lunar New Year in the highlands) by Duong Phuong Dai
|'Ong chau' (Grandfather and grandchild) by Nguyen Luong Sang
|'Theo bo ve cho' (Go to the market with father) by Dinh Giao Huu
|'Tuoi xe chieu' (Old age) by Le Minh Vu
|'Hanh phuc khi tuoi gia' (Happiness in the old age) by Nguyen Van Luan
|'Dong long' (In harmony) by Le Minh Vu
|'Day chu' (Teaching the alphabet) by Bui Van Manh
|'Am ap tinh than' (The warmth of family love) by Tran Thu Ha