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Happy new year 2014

Flowers: to be seen, to be admired, not to be picked (1)

Could you please let me know blank names of those flowers below?

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# 4 - Apricot blossom

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# 6 - Wild daisy?

# 7 - Dendelion

# 8 - Dendelion

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# 15 - Salvia splendens ker

From now on, I won't pick any flower for its beauty. I swear!
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Banana vendor on the street in Saigon

You could see many vendors like this on the streets in Saigon. They sell many things: fruits, cakes, clothes, juices, cafe, soya milk, etc. They make the streets dirty and messy, however, this is seemed to create culture of Saigon.
We could say that street vendors are one of important details makes the soul of Saigon.
I love them, and like to take photos of them.
See you in next photos of Saigon, the city I'm living to work.
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Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

Some photos taken in 2013 when I worked in Phu Quoc Island, Kien Giang Province, Vietnam for 7 months.









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Da Lat city: poetry and peaceful

Da Lat is a highland city in Vietnam. Located 1,500 m (4,900 ft) above sea level on the Langbian plateau in the southern parts of the Central Highlands region, Da Lat is seemed to be the most romantic city in Vietnam, the heaven of tourist. It is poetry and also peaceful.

Look at photos below to see its beauty:



The centre of Da Lat city

Da Lat market

A small beautiful house
Da Lat train station. Now it is used for tourism only.

Tithonia diversifolia - Symbol of Da Lat

A hill of pine tree

Xuan Huong lake, the heart of Da Lat

Xuan Huong lake at night

A small lane of Da Lat city at night

Street food

A golf resort

Peaceful street

Is it poetry?

Wild flower

They are wild flowers, believe or not?

Hill and houses

Quiet street

Pine fruit

How much I miss Siem Reap

Old photos from the day I visited Cambodia in June 2011.








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