In the summer of 2013, French photographer Réhahn set off on a journey of exploration, armed with a camera and the intention to document Vietnam’s diverse cultural landscape. His motivation was to show the world that there was more to Vietnam than war. He later published a selection of the best photographs from his trip in the book, Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts.

Two years later, Réhahn is still exploring Vietnam’s far-flung corners, captivated by the unparalleled landscapes and the intimate relationship the people of Vietnam have with their environment. This is a selection of Rehahn’s latest landscape photography, taken from Volume II, Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts. Images that capture Vietnam’s diversity – from North to South.

You can also check his pictures of Hoi An and Hidden Smiles Of Vietnam.

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Đồng Văn Valley

Mù Cang Chải Terraces

Buôn Ma Thuột (Central Highlands)

Tra Su Forest (Chau Doc)

Ba Bể Lake

Bắc Sơn

Hoi An

Mai Châu

On The Road Of Mèo Vạc

Desert Of Phan Rang

Hoàng Su Phì Terraces

Đồng Văn

Cửa Đại Beach (Hội An)

Lắk Lake (Buôn Ma Thuột)

Sapa Terraces