‘Women making fishing nets in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, preparing for the annual flooding of the river, when they can catch fish and shrimp.‘
photograph by: Tuyet Trinh Do, Fishing net marking in Mekong Delta, Vietnam, 2012
‘Fishing village of Vinh Hy, Vietnam. I knew their husbands fished for a living, It’s a typical
image that everyone visiting the village would see. It expresses the
life of the villagers, [as though they are] drifting in the ocean.’
photograph by Quang Tran, National Geographic Your Shot
Located just outside Belfast! I loved living by the water and having unreal sunsets! The sky never got fully dark until around midnight and came up around 5am. Yup, I woke up everyday at 5am thinking it was 9am and I had slept in lol
formed by volcanic activity over 50 million years ago, the Giants Causeway is Irelands first World Heritage Site. In Irish folklore, epic hero Finn McCool was said to have built the causeway in order to challenge a neighbouring giant.