An impressive picture of sky,sand and the women. Getting the shot is the important thing, and some times it must be staged! At other times it all comes together, no problem. I feel the thing is, that its the result that matters. Even when we know, one way or another. j.e.s.........
I don't know about you guys, but I take public transport for granted when I see what other people have to travel across.
I agree with the comments about this being a setup shot with traditional wear. I was just there a week ago and the women that walk around selling things are dressed in old dirty clothes. The sand dunes are nothing special and the town of Mui Ne was horrible.
I did not see the description saying it was not a set-up scene. Definitely women would not wear ao-dai working like that! Oh, you saw only old women wearing dirty clothes there probably because you wore dirty clothes at that time, didn't you? For me, the sand dunes were amazing, and I did not see any old women in dirty clothes, only children with their smiles!
You did not see this scene but only saw old ladies with dirty clothes during your visit probably because you wore dirty clothes that time? For me, the sand dunes were amazing. And I did not see the description of the photo saying it was not a set-up scene.
@Tuấn Anh well, it doesnt say anywhere that they are wearing this to work.
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