In the summer of 2013, French photographer Réhahn set off on a journey of exploration, armed with a camera and the intention to document Vietnam’s diverse cultural landscape. His motivation was to show the world that there was more to Vietnam than war. He later published a selection of the best photographs from his trip in the book, Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts.
Đồng Văn Valley
Two years later, Réhahn is still exploring Vietnam’s far-flung corners, captivated by the unparalleled landscapes and the intimate relationship the people of Vietnam have with their environment. This is a selection of Rehahn’s latest landscape photography, taken from Volume II, Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts. Images that capture Vietnam’s diversity – from North to South.
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