On the front porch of a Bru home.
The older Bru ladies like their pipes.
Another Bru village along Highway 14 through the A Shaw Valley.
In the Bru villages, children have children.
The Bru chief's wife and granddaughter.
We are meeting with a Bru village chief inside of his home. The village is located just north of the Da Krong Bridge along Highway 9 in the Khe Sanh area.
A Bru girl cleaning rice.
Old farmer at An Hoa.
Four fishermen on the beach just south of Ben Hai River. They are repleasing the prop on their boat.
Ladies from one of Vietnam’s northern ethnic minority groups, in Ha Noi to visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum.
Mom and daughter having an ice cream on the streets of Ha Noi.
Local water taxi waiting for a fare.
A young father and his children.
A man and his two beautiful daughters.
In Ha Noi, we spot a family of five on one motorbike. The legal limit in Vietnam is three to a bike and adults must wear a helmet............ So much for rules.
This older lady lives on her boat alone. Here she waits at the Thien Mu Pagoda in Hue for someone to give her money to live on.
Buddhist worshippers attending services at the Buddhist temple located at the Thien Mu Pagoda in Hue.
Lady hand making incense near the Tomb of Tu Duc in Hue.
Vietnamese girls doing needlework.
Incense for sale near the Tomb of Tu Duc in Hue
A man waving to us outside of his home.
Pottery worker in the town of Hoi An.
Wood carver in Hoi An.