Rower, Hạ Long Bay, Vietnam


Monochromia

Travel, Photography, Vietnam, Black and White, Monochrome Rower, Hạ Long Bay

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56 comments

  1. I love black and white photos

  2. Very nice. Reminded me the “strange” way (for a westerner) Asians row, right? They push on their rows. They don’t pull…

  3. Beautiful composition. So peaceful.

  4. Beautiful image, my friend; I recognise that landscape. 🙂

  5. Impressive image! Good shot!

  6. This is a great image, I clicked over to the original post as well. Just a personal preference, but I like it displayed here on black over the other version on white. It is always interesting to me how details like that can change the experience a viewer has with an image.

  7. Terrific composition, Jane! The clouds, mountains, and water texture provide a splendid backdrop to the rower.

  8. I think Steve may have been pulling your leg. 😉 You must have great memories from that trip. The water is particularly nice in this photo. 🙂

  9. The light in the rippling water and the moody sky makes for a wonderful scene in monochrome. Stunning photo, Jane. ❤

  10. Dramatic landscape image in monochrome! I like it very much.

  11. Splendid work, full of history and dreams.

  12. I agree with Robert about the appearance resembling ink work. I like the contrasting tones of the far islands and the hills behind them. There’s a peacefulness about this.

    • Hi Steve, I agree with both of you- and I love pen and ink drawings and have seen beautiful ones in Asia. Happy you enjoyed this scene, it was indeed peaceful and fascinating to see. Thank you so much.

  13. Awesome shot! Especially in monochrome.

  14. We loved touring Ha Long Bay, and this photo reminds me of some of the people we saw as well as the seascape. Absolutely beautiful part of the world.

  15. It’s a beautiful and striking shot, almost like it was drawn in ink, perfect for such a legendary place.

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