The top 10 winning photos from the ‘Vietnam’s landscapes from a height’ have been documenting the country’s most stunning landscapes.
The image titled ‘Ban Gioc waterfalls’ taken by Nguyen Tan Tuan from HCM City wins the competition’s first prize
Known as ‘Dawn in the city’, this picture by Giang Son clinches second place with a depiction of Ho Chi Minh city
The third prize goes to ‘The mist’ by Tran Quang Anh from the central highlands of Lam Dong. According to the photographer, the best time to snap images of the mist and clouds above Da Lat is between April and June from 4:00am to 6:00am
The third prize is also awarded to ‘Fanciful scenery of Fansipan Mount’ by Tran Bao Hoa from Binh Dinh province for an image of the peak of Fanispan mountain
An artwork showing the Long Coc tea hills in Tan Son district by Nguyen Thi Hai Yen from Phu Tho province is awarded the third prize. Long Coc is thought to be one of the most beautiful tea hills located throughout Vietnam
This artwork by Nguyen Sanh Quoc Huy from Da Nang depicts workers harvesting sedges
The winner of the first prize Nguyen Tan Tuan also bags a consolation prize for his photo of a buffalo herd in Tay Ninh
The consolation prize goes to a photo by Mai Thanh Chuong from Quang Nam with stunning scenery of the wet season in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap.
'Colours of Ta Pa’ photo by Tran Bao Hoa shows Tri Ton district in An Giang province and is awarded a consolation prize.
A consolation prize is also given to the DK1-14 platform photo taken by Ha Thanh Nga from Hanoi.