An Giang in floating water season
This little boy looking for fish and snails in a floating rice field at An Giang. An Giang is a province of Vietnam that is heavily dependent on the water resources from Mekong River. In the season of floating watery, besides fishermen living by catching fish and aquatic resource to earn extra income. Floating watery also bringing alluvium to consolidate the soil more fertile for the next rice new rice season. But nowadays, the water level is not as high as before because the development of dams through many country along the Mekong River. This led to the land being heavily saline soil due to lack of water resources from the upstream of the Me Kong River. So in the future, if this situation continues, the fertile land may be dying out because farmers can not continue to grow rice or fisheries.
Author: Dzung Tran (a.k.a Tran Minh Dung), is a landscape and architectural photographer based in Viet Nam. He has a passion to explore the world and document the connection between human with their environment during his journey
Dzung has won international awards for his work at the Sony National Award, EPSON international pano award. He also an ambassador for Nisi filters