Farewell from enchanting Vietnam
With this I end this month’s series on Vietnam, a place so haunting and beautiful, made so much more special by its strong people, who despite all what they have gone through, remain friendly, courteous and hospitable to visitors.
Moving on to the next, and sorry for the flood of posts today to catch up with my project during travels and scarce internet availability.
New life is forever emerging on our beautiful planet, everywhere we look, even in the most unlikely of places.
when you are used to life dealing you a strange card at any moment with no warning…
To keep on forging forwards despite all the forces that hold you back…
To feel alone in the midst of millions…
the walk of generations
In the end, all are destined to bend…
Would she be protected by their helmeted bodies? Sometimes you just need to wonder…
turning to faith
In a world that is so rapidly changing and spinning out of control, more and more are finding their anchor in faith…
A worshiper in a Buddhist temple~ Hanoi~ Vietnam
glued to the box of wonder
No matter how small the Asian home happens to be, the television takes a prime position serving as a means of escape for the family member who happens to be at home. A bridging to the rest of the world and a means of escaping into a virtual place of wonder?
Apologies for the great delay in posting this month due to travel and lack of internet connection. The next posts will come all at once.
A remnant of the French presence in a Hanoi suburb, a stamp of another religion that made its way East into Asia, this gothic looking church stood out so much from its surroundings and it begged to be photographed.
Somewhere on the outskirts of Hanoi~ Vietnam