Drone shots of daily life in Binh Dinh Province – farmers harvesting peanuts, fishing, buffaloes herded home and so on – take on a different dimension of Vietnamese farmers hard work in providing us with what we eat. The drones shots are just amazing and could win prizes in photographers contests. Enjoy the article by Huynh Phuong, Nguyen Phan Dung Nhan for E.VnExpress.net … Must See In Vietnam Editor, Sunday May 29th 2022
Clouds float over a flooded field in Phuoc Thuan Commune, Tuy Phuoc District, around 13 kilometers from Quy Nhon, the capital of the south central Binh Dinh Province.
The drone shots were taken by Binh Dinh native Nguyen Phan Dung Nhan. It introduces the terrain to runners attending the VnExpress Marathon next month.
Thousands of runners will flock to the beach town of Quy Nhon June 12 to participate in the marathon. Provincial authorities expect the event to give the local tourism industry a boost.
The Truong Gia Van farm in Phu My District, beside the Hoi Khanh and Da Trai mountain range, has become a relatively well known eco-tourism that is, among other things, ideal for outdoor camping.
A residential area is surrounded by ripening rice fields and mountains in the highlands district of An Lao.
Nhan said people living include the Kinh, the majority community, and the ethnic minority communities of Hre and Ba Na ethnic minority groups and they mainly live on rice farming.
A cluster of homes creates in an island amidst an expanse of bright green rice fields.
Thi Nai (full name Thi Li Bi Nai) used to be the commercial port of Vijaya, a city-state in the ancient kingdom of Champa, dating back thousands of years.
It is now known as a large saltwater lagoon covering over 5,000 hectares to the southeast of Binh Dinh.
Nhan said most fishermen here use Ro cho, a sagging fishing net supported by four long bamboo poles to catch fish and other seafood.
Fishermen also hunt for com chay, a bivalve mollusk found in patches on rocks and rotten trees in the lagoon, to feed lobsters. The photo was taken in front of the Lang Song church in Tuy Phuoc District.
A herd of buffaloes wade through a flooded field to go home in Tuy Phuoc District.
A fisherman casts a net from his coracle to harvest seafood hidden under layers of green seaweed called Sargassum in the Nhon Hai fishing village.
Nhon Hai, about 30 km from downtown Quy Nhon, has become an emerging tourist destination for its beaches and the unchanged characteristics of an old fishing village.
Between April and August every year the seaweed rises up to the clear blue waters. Sargassum lives on coral reefs and underwater rocks. They appear on the surface once they are fully grown.
Farmers harvest peanuts in Cat Hai Commune, Phu Cat District.
In early April, soldiers joined residents of Phu Cat District to harvest the winter-spring rice crop after unseasonal heavy rain and thunderstorms.
People in Phuoc Hoa Commune, Tuy Phuoc District harvest rice during the “golden” season.
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