Vietnam’s natural beauty through lens

Ho Chi Minh City is exhibiting more than 100 images capturing Vietnam’s natural beauty in a 12-photographer collection on display from November 23–27.

The photos, taken at national parks and natural conservation sites across the country, offer glimpses of the majesty and fragility of Vietnam’s natural heritage, endangered animals, and threatened forests.

Entitled “Nature Through My Eyes”, the exhibition highlights the worrying disappearance of Vietnamese rain forests and hopes to inspire greater public awareness regarding the importance of conservation. The photographers’ pictures are as much a call to action as a celebration of artistic accomplishment.

The exhibition’s proceeds will be used to fund ranger services in Dong Nai province’s Cat Tien National Park and to aid flood victims in central Vietnam.

A selection of the exhibition’s photos:

Cat Tien National Park
Tram Chim National Park, part of the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap
Vietnam’s natural beauty through lens
Ea H’leo Forest in the Central Highland province of Dak Lak
Yooc Don National Park in Dak Lak and Dak Nong provinces
Nam Cat Tien Forest in Dong Nai province
Mang Den Forest in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum