I was walking down an alley in Ho Chi Minh City. The alley was like a three-dimensional maze with buildings looming on both sides. The road was narrow and no cars were allowed to pass. The alley seemed to go on forever.
Alleys in historic old town towns, such as the alleys in the old town of Nepal, are often narrow like this, but I wondered if the streets around here were that old. To be honest, the buildings on both sides of the street didn't look that old. This was not because of their history, but because of the haphazard urban planning that has resulted in narrow alleys.
In the middle of one such alleyway, a woman on a bicycle stopped and looked out at the end of the alley. There was a basket on the back of the bike, containing something. The woman on the bike seemed to be staring at the woman on the motorbike who could be seen at the end of the alley.
|Aug 2009 IN THE CITY VIETNAM|
|ALLEYWAY BACK SHOT BICYCLE HO CHI MINH CITY WOMAN|
August 28, 2009
November 26, 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
CANON EOS 1V
EF85MM F1.2L II USM