Last Wednesday, I drove past Giang Vo Lake on my way home from work – as I always do – when I decided that this would be a good time … Continue reading Giang Vo Lake at night
The conical hat is a symbol of Vietnam for good reason – you see them everywhere. They are worn mostly by middle-aged or elderly female laborers. I was taking photos … Continue reading Road to nowhere
This time of the year, the weather in Ha Noi is changeable. Just ten minutes after I took this photo of what appeared to be an approaching thunderstorm, the clouds started breaking up and blue sky and sunshine peered through.
These little Buddhist altars are in nearly every home and business in Vietnam. The one in this photo is in a bank. The color came out the way it did … Continue reading Buddhist Altar
And this isn’t even the worst that it gets…
Accompanied by Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee. The music seems to take the edge off a little.
One thing I regret about my time in Asia is not shooting more video. I shot plenty, mind you, but I wish that a) cheap (and more portable) digital video … Continue reading Trip to Hanoi, Halong Bay, and more in Vietnam 2008