The photographer: Eldon Tucker
Behind the lens: Ha Long Bay is located in Vietnam in the Gulf of Tonkin. Thousands of limestone karsts and islets rise randomly from the ocean floor. This expanse of nearly 1,600 square kilometers is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and at any one time, the area is dotted with fishing boats and excursion junks. The picture was taken from an excursion junk as it leisurely passed several fishing villages and breathtaking caves.
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