VietNamNet Bridge – Dutch photographer Mick Palarczyk has captured the ravishing beauty of the simple life in Vietnam’s northwestern region.
A boy sits to take care of a batch of dry fish in Yen Bai.
May Bridge on Muong Hoa River.
The terraced fields in Lao Chai village, Sapa.
A small village in Muong Hoa valley, Sapa.
The earring of a Black Hmong woman.
“The buffalo goes ahead, followed by the plow,” Black Hmong men are working in the fields.
Black Hmong little girls in Ta Van village, Sapa.
Red Dao women in the fair of Sapa.
The mountains and forests of Lai Chau.
The Hang Tom bridge over the Da River in Lai Chau.
The ban flowers and houses on stilts in Nam Muc valley, the home of the Hmong people.
The riverside village of White Thai people.
Digging holes for sowing in the valley of Nam Muc, Lai Chau.
A White Hmong girl practices crossbow in Tuan Giao, Dien Bien.
The smile of a Black Thai little girl in Son La.
Village road in in the valley of Son La.
An exorcism charm.
Buffaloes cross the Nam La River.
Black Thai people make a dam in the La River.
Bathing in the spring.
A village of the White Thai in Mai Chau.
A house of White Thai in Lac village, Mai Chau, Hoa Binh.
Lac village in Mai Chau, Hoa Binh.
Hmong women in Bac Ha.
A brocade dress of a Hmong woman exposed to the sun on the fence.
Two girls at the fair of Bac Ha, Lao Cai.
Black Dao women in Tam Duong, Lai Chau.
Tam Duong, Lai Chau.
A White Thai man.
A Red Dao family.
Necklace of the Red Dao.
A stall of the Black Hmong at the fair.
A Black Hmong woman plays the flute.