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Idyllic Vietnam through the lens of American tourist

S-shaped country – Vietnam is known for its spectacular natural scenery: the endless yellow of the rice terraces of northwest highlands, blue of the mountains on the pass line or Son Doong cave takes visitors from this surprise came another surprise. However, Vietnam has been simple but warm and true through the photographs of Stephen Wallace doctor. Let’s watch the beautiful simplicity through the lens of American traveler.

Vietnam through the lens of Dr. Stephen Wallace

Vietnam showed up simplicity and peace
Vietnam showed up simplicity and peace

Back country where more than 40 years ago ravaged by war, Stephen amazed at the change in Vietnam. He shared that the reason he returned to Vietnam, take snapshots of innovation in life after years of war and chat with the local people is because 2015 is very meaningful for him – Vietnam celebrate 40 years of war pushed far away.

Small country has pushed away remnants of war
Small country has pushed away remnants of war
His picture angle is recorded everyday lives of working people
His picture angle is recorded everyday lives of working people

40 years, has no trace of the destruction, ruin and poverty in this little country. Through his lens, Vietnam show up with serenity, simplicity. The photos he took, mostly scenes of ordinary life of the people around all roads of the country. For so doing, the viewer feel that he sending messages about a country with friendly people, eager labor and diligence.

A bright smile despite strenuous labor
A bright smile despite strenuous labor
Or street vendors in prosperous urban
Or street vendors in prosperous urban

That may be immature face, pure eyes of a little girl highlands, her face was spattered dirt. Or an old man was 82 years old warrior but still lucid recounted heroic tales of yore. It was the smile of people’s honest hard work. All are vividly portrayed through the lens of Stephen.

Lovely image of ethnic girls in Northwest
Lovely image of ethnic girls in Northwest
Gentle and sincere
Gentle and sincere

Not gaudy or choose things too spectacular, Vietnam in the eyes of American visitors are just daily life painting. But then, what is the hardworking, loving work of man here but resilient. Seemingly everywhere, Hanoi where the country’s capital, or magnificent Saigon, till the Mekong River area is also easily caught the likeable, charming and lovely.

Working diligently in sunny immense field
Working diligently in sunny immense field
A living place of the West River
A living place of the West River
The war has receded, leaving only
The war has receded, leaving only
the people here are greeted with a friendly smile
the people here are greeted with a friendly smile
Vietnam's image appears through the physical labor
Vietnam’s image appears through the physical labor
peaceful village scenery
peaceful village scenery
Do you believe how beautiful Vietnam
Do you believe how beautiful Vietnam?

Thank to Dr. Stephen Wallace for real life scenes of Vietnam!

About the author

Hi, I'm Ho Lam! That's me, the boy who wants more experience each day. I'm slowly but surely working my way, travelling and sharing is my taste. The articles of this blog are not only from me, but also from my friends and the travellers mailed to me.

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