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Postcards From Readers: Cruise ship stop in Vietnam

This shot was taken in a small village in Vietnam. This was the first time a cruise line had taken a small number of tourist to this town, and the villagers were very curious and kind to us.
This shot was taken in a small village in Vietnam. This was the first time a cruise line had taken a small number of tourist to this town, and the villagers were very curious and kind to us.

The photographer: Henry Saunders of Sacramento

Behind the lens: This shot was taken in a small village in Vietnam. This was the first time a cruise line had taken a small number of tourists to this town, and the villagers were very curious and kind to us. After taking this photo, the woman gave my husband one of her flowers. He tried to give her money in exchange but she would not accept it. I love the expression on her face.

Darleen Saunders

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