Without an H

Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

April wanderings

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Sometimes when I take pictures, I have a particular project in mind, maybe a specific location or neighbourhood or a particular style of photograph. Other times, I just wander about randomly and take pictures of what or who I see. Recently, I’ve been doing the latter. I don’t think either approach is better or worse than the other; they’re both just a reflection of how I’m feeling at the time, how focused – or not – my mind is. So these are some pictures I’ve taken on the streets in Hanoi over the last month; no overall theme or story here, though I think some of them fit together quite nicely in twos or threes.

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2 Responses to “April wanderings”

  1. Alison and Don

    Oh there are so many photos here that I like: the fourth one, the woman in the striped t-shirt cooking, and the yellow wall beneath her, and the one beneath that are my favourites. You really captured the feel of the city. We loved Hanoi.
    Alison

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  2. Yibo Wang

    Woah how vivid! My parents grew up in the rural country side so I can relate to these picture! – yibo from yibowangyw(dot)com

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