Travel Photography – Tip Three : Explore a variety of landscapes

 

When you connect to a moment, it will come alive in your photograph.

 

TIP THREE :  EXPLORE A VARIETY OF LANDSCAPES

Tam Coc means three grottoes where tourists take rowing boat (sampans) to explore the untouched beauty of  the famous "Halong Bay in the ricefields", Vietnam. The boat trips last 2-3 hours and take visitors on the serene Ngo Dong river through the sugarloaf hills and along the rice fields.

Tam Coc means three grottoes where tourists take rowing boat (sampans) to explore the untouched beauty of the famous “Halong Bay in the ricefields”, Vietnam. The boat trips take visitors on the serene Ngo Dong river through the sugarloaf hills and along the rice fields.

Tourists pay to take photos with this water buffalo.

Tourists pay to take photos with this water buffalo.

Visit Hoa Lu Ancient Capital - the old citadel and explore 2 temples which built on the ground of the old royal palace, one is dedicated to King Dinh Tien Hoang, the other is to King Le Dai Hanh.

Visit Hoa Lu Ancient Capital – the old citadel and explore 2 temples which built on the ground of the old royal palace, one is dedicated to King Dinh Tien Hoang, the other is to King Le Dai Hanh.

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