Photography – Water Lilies Harvest in Vietnam

The water lily season in the Mekong Delta lasts from early September to mid-November. During that time farmers in Vietnam harvest water lilies. Photographer Trung Huy Pham captured spectacular aerial photographs of the scene. Mainly red-purple and white, the water lilies captivate tourists. The white water lilies are called ‘ghost flowers’ because they only bloom at night.

 

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