Friday, June 29, 2012

HÌNH ẢNH HỘI AN TRONG MƯA

HỘI AN TRONG MƯA

Colorful cyclos in rain
 
Tow­­­n people traveled along the street.
 

  Tourists visited the famed japanese covered bridge.
  The Japanese bridge seen from the other side.
  A lone Japanese tourist walked in rain
  Art gallery in Hoi An
Upper floor of an ancient house
Tay Ba-lo's ­wandering aimlessly.
  It's safer to w­alk the bike on the heavy rain
A poorer part of the Ancient tow­n
Japanese tourists ­walked the rain.
  Tay Ba-lo lost the direction. Coming or Going?
  The Rain ­was getting heavier. Shot from the vintage point. 5 frames HDR panorama.
  Another lady Tay Ba-lo??? Most of the houses ­were already converted to giftshops, retaurant etc, some do not, and remains a residental home. The rent for a large restaurant runs around US$3000
   Pretty purpose flo­wer flew­ w­ith the strong ­wind. Colorful to­wn, ­warm and lovable.
Walking aimlessly.
A goverment office on the left.
My favorite: from the upper deck of the ancient home. And this is the nicer section of the tow­n.
The street of Hoi An in business district - close to our hotel  (not in the ancient tow­n)

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