Without an H

Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

June afternoons

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A few more photographs taken in Hanoi over the last few weeks.

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12 Responses to “June afternoons”

  1. bnbhanoi

    Wow!!! These portraits are fabulous, I’ve re-blogged a few with a link back to you. You have an a great eye for photography.

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  2. themodernidiot

    I LOVE the first one with those hats set against the tilted apartments. Great idea! That’s a framer. Wish I could steal it ;)

    What is that game they’re playing?

    I have a friend toying with the idea of visiting Vietnam for like a two-week stay. Any tips or advice you’d want to pass along?

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  3. tiramisu4w

    love the 1st picture and 3rd one. The old lady reminds me about my grandmother!

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  4. tiramisu4w

    Reblogged this on Little Human and commented:
    1st picture reminds me of my grandparents’ old house
    3rd picture reminds me of my grandmom :)

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  5. unionhomestead

    My favourite: second to last, but all call to mind the Maori proverb: He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
    (What is the most important thing in the world?It is the people, it is the people, it is the people)

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