Weekly Photo Challenge – Every Day Life Along the Mekong River, Vietnam
Watching for Evil Spirits

Weekly Photo Challenge – Every Day Life Along the Mekong River, Vietnam

Life Along the MekongThe Mekong River delta covers a large portion of southwestern Vietnam from the Cambodian border to the South China Sea. Daily life revolves around the river and many villages are accessible only by water. People live on or over the river and their days revolve around growing, buying, or selling rice, fruits and vegetables, or fish.

For a peek into every day life along the Mekong River delta in Vietnam, click on a thumbnail for a larger image and slideshow.

More “Every Day Life” is here.

More Vietnam posts and photos.

Ron Mayhew

Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography.

This Post Has 30 Comments

  1. Wonderfully done, mentor.

    Sent from my iPad

  2. Ron, that’s a great gallery of everyday life in the delta, warts and all 🙂

    1. Thank you. The whole culture there evolves around the delta. I find it fascinating.

  3. Fabulous view of every day life giving the viewer a real feel for the place and culture.

    1. Thank you. I have so many photos that it was hard narrowing them down to just a few.

  4. Fabulous photos of a very different life-style. I love your header pic. 🙂

    1. Thanks. It is a different life style. In spite of appearances, it is very efficient.

  5. Awesome photo’s, Love it all.

  6. Very interesting, colourful shots! Amazing how these people build and organize their homes.

    1. Thank you. Yes, at times I would think everything would tumble into the river and wash away. 🙂

  7. Superb shots Ron! I was thinking of your photos in Lynne’s street food post when I saw the theme.

    1. Thanks Madhu. It was a very easy choice for me. I’ve been wanting to do more on the Mekong.

  8. Your photos are fabulous, and I can feel the strong connections and great work the people do there.

    1. Thank you. The interrelationships are incredible and so very interesting.

  9. thank you for sharing these extraordinary moments

    1. You are welcome. Thank you for visiting.

  10. My hometown Tanjungbalai, North Sumatera, Indonesia is like that too., There is a village near the river… Nice picture you have here. Thanks for sharing. I like the ships watching evil spirit the most. Truly beautiful.

    Oh yeah, my share this week is about Indonesian traditional clothing : Batik. It;s not very everyday at least for your but hope you enjoy it.

    1. Thank you for visiting and for your comment. I will visit your blog.

  11. Great photos Ron! Sitting pretty I love 🙂

  12. Thanks Gigi. ‘Sitting Pretty” was and she knew it. 🙂

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