Posts Tagged With: Nikon D90

People Monday – Jewelry shopping


Jewelry shopping, originally uploaded by anthonli.

Taken on 31 July 2011 | Nikon D90 | @ 50mm | f/1.4 | 1/640 sec | ISO 800

A shopkeeper displaying her necklace collection to a prospective buyer in Vung Tau Market.

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Wildlife Wednesday – Cocoa Flower


Cocoa Flower-Edit, originally uploaded by anthonli.

Taken with on 17 September 2011 with Nikon D90 | @50mm with 25mm Extension tube | f/4.5 | @ 1/250 sec | ISO 640

This cocoa flower was taken over the weekend in a cocoa farm in Ben Tre, Mekong Delta Region. The Mekong Delta is known for its many orchards and farms, being one of the major rice growing regions in Asia.

This flower, however, is not a good representation of Ben Tre, which is known for its coconut produce.

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People Monday – Preparing nets




Preparing nets, originally uploaded by anthonli.

Taken on 2 September 2011 | @200mm | f/16.0 | 1/160 sec | ISO 200

Most river fishing boats are one-man rigs. As such, the fisherman has to multitask… Really multitask. Just like this fisherman here, using his hands to lay the nets and using his legs to row the boat!

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People Monday – Playing Sparkles


Playing Sparkles, originally uploaded by anthonli.
Taken on 19 August 2011 | @ 50mm | f/1.4 | 1/50 sec | ISO 800

It’s almost one month to the Autumn Equinox, or known as mid-Autumn Festival in East Asia.
One of the past-times of children during this time is to play with sparkles, as these kids are.

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Travel Thursday – Sunset in Cai Mep


Sunset in Cai Mep, originally uploaded by anthonli.
Taken 12 August 2011 | @ 50mm | f/4.0 | 1/4000 sec | ISO 200

In Vietnam, more than two-thirds of the economic activities are generated in the south. Especially in and around Ho Chi Minh City. In 2007, a series of deep-water ports were proposed and licensed to many big names in the shipping and port industry, in joint ventures with local firms, of which I’m now working in one of them.
Here a picture of the port, taken during sunset, when I’m leaving office on my way home.

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