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Photoblog: The Different Colors of Hoi An

Hoi An has been on my shortlist of places to visit since I found out it was a UNESCO Heritage Town. As soon as I entered the town, I felt that it would be the best place I would visit during my trip.

The Different Colors of Hoi An

I wandered the streets of Hoi An in the spotlight of daylight and as it was gently lighted by lamp lights and candle-lit paper lanterns floating on the river --- Hoi An is a photogenic town overflowing with life.

I couldn't stop taking pictures, there seemed to be something happening every way I looked. There was something oddly beautiful in the mundane and routine things that people did in this ancient town.

There were a lot of locals taking their pre-nup photo shoot along the river as soon as the candle-lit paper lanterns were cast to drift. There were times when I wish I had a better camera than the point and shoot I was using, but Hoi An was still quite photogenic despite the limitations of the camera I used.


  1. I love how you do spot coloring. It makes the photo look more intense and more meaningful. This place is great for pre-nuptial shoots.

  2. Love the colors. Vietnam is truly beautiful!

  3. I love all the pictures, pwedeng gawing postcard. And the details are very intriguing, very romantic and interesting.

  4. Awesome photos bro. Hanoi is a great place to visit.

  5. I would love to walk in their streets and just observe the locals in their everyday life.. It must be fun to do it! :D

    Nice pictures anyway.. It really reflects their way of life.. It's like I'm zoomed back to their lifestyle before.. :D

  6. aw it looks like a romantic place to be in! nice editing! :D

  7. It's nice that you used the color effect to give more highlight to your photos. It looks epic and definitely captures the culture and people of Hoi An.