Whoever said you need to be standing still to make photographs? Why not shoot images while moving from one location to the next, even at full speed?
It is street photography on a razor's edge : wait a split second, and reality presents itself in a totally different composition. Always on the move, never standing still.
The images included here were all shot during the long rides of our North-Vietnamese journey.
We drove from Hanoi to Halong, from Van Dong over Halong to Lang Son, from Lang Son to Cao Bang and further to Ba Be, and from Ba Be back to Hanoi.
I rode shotgun or sat on the second row of our minibus and shot the colourful life of vietnamese roads, towns and countryside, through the side window or through the windshield.
A good telephoto lens like the ZD50-200mm is invaluable for this kind of photography.
Buckle up and enjoy the ride.