Without an H

Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Fruit market portrait (potw #22)

I haven’t taken that many pictures in Saigon recently, but I’m hoping that moving to a new neighbourhood will inspire me.  This was taken outside Tan Dinh market on Hai Ba Trung, which I’m expecting will become a regular destination for me in the coming months.

This blog has gained a lot of new followers over the last couple of days, thanks to my ‘Mekong Delta portraits’ post being featured on Freshly Pressed.  Welcome everybody and thanks for the support – I hope that you’ll continue enjoying the blog.

2 Responses to “Fruit market portrait (potw #22)”

  1. happyflowerwordzoo002

    I did not stop to comment at each post. Your portraits are so arresting, make me stop to look. Like the street scenes. Especially appreciate the portraits of aged/aging because N. American society has too many role models of elderly people with stretched out faces. Your portraits of aging show there is a natural progression, a poetry of face. Thank-you for sharing all the beauty of your country.


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