Three Women, Halong Bay


My latest contribution to Monochromia. A relaxed trio in Vietnam.

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Portrait, Travel, Black and White, Monochrome, SE Asia

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58 comments

  1. I cannot avoid to think in a book I have not read yet but whose different covers and its title have the sweetness of your photograph: “little women”

  2. Great that you were in Vietnam and made this amazing picture, Jane! Really beautiful! I hope to see more pictures like this!
    Warm regards, Heidi

  3. Hey Jane, you have an amazing blog .

  4. So many emotions you managed to capture here Jane. Beautifully done!

  5. Lovely. Just feel the life in it. Where is it?

  6. This image reminds me of the well known photographer Dorothea Lange

  7. They did compose themselves into a perfect composition for you.

  8. Would love to hear their stories ! – Your photography always seems to stir the curious corners of my mind.
    Thanks for sharing !

  9. As always, your work lights a fire on me.

  10. Love the pose. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  11. just love these gals…hanging out!!! want to join them!!! great tone on this….mysterious!!!

  12. Great photo! I love that they all have such different expressions. Interest, pity and maybe one thinks you’re crazy for taking the photo πŸ˜€ Nice work!

  13. Wonderfully captured, Jane! πŸ™‚

  14. What a wonderful family photo, Jane. Well done.
    Ξ©

  15. Maybe there was an orangutan about to tackle you from behind? πŸ™‚

  16. Love their faces…I think I know what they are thinking…

  17. Wonder what the women are thinking.

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