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Hard work in northern Vietnam,  September 2017


We’ve had a long gap in the challenge due to my work and travels, but it’s back.  And I’ll be home in a couple of days.  No link back to previous posts this week I’m afraid, but I’ll catch up next weekend.

Over to you now.
I look forward to seeing your own wet posts. Happy blogging!


Copyright Debbie Smyth, 1 October 2017

Posted as part of One Word Sunday

19 replies »

  1. just spotted your wet theme and coincidentally my post today fits though a much tamer version – love the colours and atmosphere of your shot


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  3. really love this photo , Deb – nice for ‘wet” – and culture rich – the man’s downward posture has that pushing or walking slowly feel and there is so much with the lines and vibe here…


    • Well spotted! It really captures the hard, manual work and rural side of much of Vietnam. I will definitely return and would love to be there for the rice planting season.

      Sent from my iPhone


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      • and this is another reason why your photos are so masterful – not to overdo the praise – ha – but as I have noted before – your work is varied and authentic and so important –
        from your rooftop street shots – to your candid on the fly – to the nat geo ones like this – 🙂

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