VietNamNet Bridge – The early morning in the northern province of Thai Binh is very peaceful and beautiful as seen in the following photos.
Thai Binh is a coastal province in the Red River Delta, in northern Vietnam, 110 km from Hanoi to the south east.
Thai Binh has 82 rated architectural works and historical sites. The most famous works are Keo Pagoda, Dong Pagoda, Tien Ca Pagoda, and Long Hung Palace. Thai Binh has almost 30 different festivals throughout the year.
Thai Binh is also the home to many traditional craft villages such as Dong Xam silver carving, Thai Phuong weaving village, Hoi sedge mat weaving village and Bach Thuan flower and ornamental tree village.
The early morning in a village in Kien Xuong District, Thai Binh.
A man observes the field from an observation tower, after doing morning exercise.
Some women go to the fields very early.
A man takes rice to the market to exchange for banh cuon (rice cake) for his family’s breakfast.
A vast field.
A young man takes his buffalo to the field, followed by his dog.
A house is locked because all family members have gone to the field.
A broken ship on the riverside.
The sun rises behind a woman.
A rural market in Kien Xuong district.
A man cycles to the field.
Children play on the village road.
A child goes to the field to catch snails.
Early sunlight on the yard.
Source: Hoang Viet/Zing
Translated by Pha Le