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Brothers
Playing under an apricot tree
Concentration
Praying Mantis
Young lamas inside the red walls
The Eiffel tower
The loneliness
The flight
Put smile on balloon
A crutch in both hands
In her eyes: A whole garden blossoming
Fisherman
Into the Nature: A Glimpse of Sunlight
Tentacles
Sisters
Children of the Corn
Waterfall
Dinner time
Shoo Fly
Color is beautiful....
The sketch
To Fall into Ruin
Western Bluebird on a tree
16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Fisherman

Fishing with a huge fishing net is traditional of fishermen in estuaries and low water areas throughout Vietnam. After lowering the net for several hours, fisherman lifts it up and sails a small boat underneath the net, open a small hole in the net to collect fishery products. The most convenient time to fish is all night, from the previous sunset to the next late sunrise. After fishing, they can earn up to 200.000 VND (about 9 USD) for a night of work.

TAGS: Fisherman, Net, Vietnam

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Ha Noi, Vietnam
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Photo of the Day: 07.03.18 Editors' Pick
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2018
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Date Uploaded: July 3, 2018, 12:32 a.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Quang Nam, Vietnam