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Through Our Eyes

Word means writing. It means words and sentences, paragraphs and articles. It doesn’t mean photos. Yet we take our photography seriously.


We get so much good feedback on the quality of our photography, that this month we decided to give the written word a break and to let the photos do the talking. The result? Photo essays created by all of our photographers that give an insight into modern-day Vietnam.


From commercial reality and the ever-present theme of change, through to streetlights, Tet, the destruction of the past, the epic countryside, the markets and street food, our photographers have come up with a range of stories which reflect their personal view of Vietnam.


We hope you enjoy what we have put together. A compilation of photos may seem simple, but as with all art forms, it’s required a lot of time, thought and effort.



The Markets

Natalia Martinez


The Beach

Nick Ross


Natural Wonders

Jesse Meadows


The Colours of Tet

Vu Bao Khanh


Street Lights

Julie Vola


Old Buildings

Francis Xavier


Before and After

Mads Monsen |


Street Food

Kyle Phanroy


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