THE IMAGES MAKE YOU WANT TO LIVE IN VIETNAM FOREVER

Enjoying the pictures of Vietnam through the perspective of a French photographer, many people will have the feeling of staying here forever. Through that, everybody will understand emotion of Réhahn for Vietnam.

Rehahn, a French photographer is very famous in Vietnam. In 2007 he abandoned his hectic life in the homeland, he traveled to Southeast Asia and came to Vietnam. Here, many beautiful pictures around the ancient town of Hoi An, Dong Van Stone Plateau or Mu Cang Chai is done.

When he decided to live in Vietnam, Rehahn was roaming around the length of the country on motorcycles, was shooting over 50,000 photographs and was making bold decisions to pursue the dream for photography.

He said that he was proud of his work because it brought new style in Vietnam that foreign visitors rarely saw. Recently, the website of the British Daily Mail published some photos in the album of Rehahn.

Each picture is part of the diary of his in the 2nd homeland – Vietnam

A woman went to a hut which lies between the terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai

Rehahn abandoned his life in France and went to Hoi An, where he had a bold decision to make the dream of his photography

From here, he traveled from north to south in Vietnam by motorcycle, shooting over 50,000 photographs. Of these, he selected 145 which plated appearance in the photobook “Vietnam – the pieces of the contrast”

Most of the picture background was taken in Hoi An, Dong Van Plateau and Mu Cang Chai

He wants everyone come here and experience the personal stories

Besides pictures of the landscape, it also offers moments of day by day work and working life of people

Sunset on Dong Van Stone Plateau sold on his website about 180 Euro for the photo small size

Terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai – an attractive destination in the north-west Vietnam

Are you feeling attracted? Come with Idealtravelasia to Vietnam to experience all the excitement.

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