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Great TRASH 2005-11-26 16:38

This is the most sacred minutes of the year within a Vietnamese life. You have chosen the perfect time for your photo. The composition, to my view, is at best. However, light condition over the altar is not enough for the profile of the lady to pop out. I don't think photoshop could help in this case...

Back to the atmosphere, your mind was so clear and positive to decide this shot, while on this site I saw a lot of Viets from young generation who were lucky to attend school abroad mispelled the names of their fatherland's towns while showing off their "photographic doctorate". In one word to you: my full respect!

MQ

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Old 11-28-2005, 02:44 PM
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I'm very much interested in the Vietnamese culture. I spent almost a year in Hanoi learning tieng Viet and getting to know people and their customs. It's not enough even to say I know something about them although back here in Poland I made friends with some and keep on learning the language aa well as culture.

You said these are the most sacred minutes. is it because of family reunion, ancestral bond or maybe something else? My friends who weren't invited to any family told me about a big number of youngsters doing scooter races on empty streets of Hanoi. Does that mean that for them this moment is getting less and less important?

thanks for your remarks
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