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Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Mekong Delta portraits II

A sequel is usually a sign of someone running out of ideas, and this post, I’m afraid, is no exception.  In the absence of anything new to post from the last few weeks, I’ve plundered my archive for some more pictures from my Mekong trip in January this year, to create a follow up to my original Mekong Delta portraits post.  I like all these pictures – I wouldn’t be posting them otherwise – but I wish that I had something new to share.  I’m spending next week in Hue, and I’m hoping that a change of scene will provide some inspiration.  We’ll see.  In the meantime, please forgive the navel-gazing and enjoy the pictures.

13 Responses to “Mekong Delta portraits II”

  1. Jar Of Salt

    There is so much warmth and sincerity in your shots. I love the colors and how you’ve captured the moment’s expression on their faces. These are stunning portraits of people in their everyday element 🙂

  2. davidbrookesuk

    Great shots! Your photography is amazing and that’s why I share your posts every chance I get.

    As a writer though I object to the comment about sequels being due to lack of ideas!

    Keep up the great work!

  3. Cheri Lucas

    No need to apologize for posting more Mekong Delta portraits. The earlier set was splendid — this one is, too.

  4. Zen and Genki

    They are all beautiful–a wonderful post! You’re far too hard on yourself! Each one could be posted all on their own and shine.


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