Top winners of Nhan Dan TV’s photo contest on Vietnam’s beauty announced

Friday, 2018-12-21 13:02:25
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“Dat Vo” (martial art land), the first prize photo by female photographer Hoang Bich Nhung from Ho Chi Minh City.
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NDO – Five top winners of a Nhan Dan Television photo contest, themed 'The Beauty of Vietnam", were announced December 20.

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This is the third year the contest has been organised. It attracted more than 100 professional and amateur photographers across the country with nearly 8,000 entries, showing the attractiveness and prestige of the art playground created by Nhan Dan TV for photo lovers.

The diverse and lively beauty of Vietnam, as well as of its people in working, festivals, studying and recreation, have been captured in the photos, bringing aesthetically pleasing images to the public.

11 months after its launch, the organisers decided to grant five top prizes to winners. The top prize of VND10 million was presented to female photographer Hoang Bich Nhung from Ho Chi Minh City with her “Dat Vo” (martial art land) photo.

A representative of photographer Hoang Bich Nhung from Ho Chi Minh City receives the contest’s top prize for “Dat Vo” (martial art land) photo.

The second prize was awarded to Nguyen Thi Le Suong (Dong Nai) with the photo "In the arms of grand mom”. Three third prizes were presented to a photo series by Do Trong Danh (Ho Chi Minh City), a photo by Pham Quoc Hung (Dong Nai) and a photo on preparations for Tet by Tran Duy Tinh (Binh Duong).

During the finale on December 20, a photomarathon was also held under the theme "One Hanoi day" for young photographers, which witnessed Tran Thu Ha win the VND2 million special prize along with a Canon EOS M10 camera.

Following are some of the photos from the contest:

The second prize photo "In the arms of grand mom” by Nguyen Thi Le Suong (Dong Nai).

The photo series by Do Trong Danh (Ho Chi Minh City) wins the third prize.

The photo by Pham Quoc Hung (Dong Nai) wins the third prize.

The photo on preparations for Tet by Tran Duy Tinh (Binh Duong).