In light of the excitement due to visiting my beloved Mui Ne (Vietnam) in just over a week, I decided to scroll through the archives of snap-shots I collected in my seven or so months there.
These three images are definately in amongst my favourites from that time and whilst day-dreaming about sitting on the tall, concrete wall from where I took these I noticed one thing...
The first shot was taken in the evening and the last two were taken at the same spot but in the morning. Yet, they almost look as if they were taken at the same time.
It almost reflects the way my memories of this beautiful place have blurred into one big continuim- just a slideshow of moments, grand and small, arranged randomly with no sense of time or heirachy.
|Fishermen at Twilight|
I took this image whilst standing on the wave breaker wall just metres from the front door of our little beach house.
|'Chuc Mung Nam Moi!'|
(Happy New Years)
To me this sign is more beautiful now than when it was on fire the night before...
|New Years Eve- Last Standing!|
The few remaining New Years Soldiers head out into the rarely low tide to throw a football around as the sun rises.