Photographer stands over a bridge and this happened.

There are a few  of bridges in Hanoi ( Vietnam)  waiting  which  vendors pass by everyday to the market, but nobody has ever seen the beauty of their mundane  daily routine until now. To show the beauty, symmetry, and art  of their wares from above the bridges of Hanoi, Photographer Loes Heerink  gets up early every morning, to snap photos of  street vendors create every day without their knowledge as they  travel with  their bicycles piled high with  many vegetables or fruit as you possibly can.

The former communication officer from the Netherlands  sort to capture the essence of Hanoi; and the vendors are the embodiment of that vibrancy and colors, the city exudes. Her series  knowing the beauty you make every single day!  she  talked to some of these women, often female migrants coming to the city trying to earn a little extra money, and is publishing a book on the project.

” The fruit and vegetable vendors are little pieces of art that look different every day. I will promise you I will put my all in the making of this book.”

Her Kick-starter     campaign to get her book under way has almost reached it’s goal of 3700 dollars and requires a little more donations to make it across to the completion threshold. Go support her.

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I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors

I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors

I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors

I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors

I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors

I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors

 

I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors


I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors

 

I Spend Days On Bridges To Take Images Of Roaming Vendors


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