These Photos Capture Unbelievable Cargo Transported By Motorbike

Your tiny bike basket can only dream of transporting the incredible amount of things carried by these bikers in Vietnam. In his book entitled Bikes of Burden, photographer Hans Kemp provides a glimpse of the towering piles of precious cargo transported by motorbike each day in Vietnam. Ranging from common items such as baskets and eggs to more motley collections like hula hoops and goldfish, the perfectly-packed loads reveal the quirky scope of things offered for sale and seem to completely disregard the physics of high-speed movement, gravity, and acceleration. 

Vietnam: Old Photos Become Windows Into the Past

Looking at old photographs, we often wonder just how much a place has changed. Vietnamese photographer Khánh Hmoong wondered that about his home country and found a window into the past using old photos. He’s now created a beautiful series of photographs which juxtapose the old images against a backdrop of the country as it appears today. What he reveals is a country both drastically changed, and yet surprisingly the same.

Micro Crochet: Little Animals From Vietnam

These amazingly tiny crochet animals fit on the tip of your finger. That’s how Su Ami, a small company run by a family of 5 from Vietnam, take each picture of their cute creations. The name of their company is taken from the nick name of their youngest daughter, who fittingly loves animals, movie characters and inspired the family to make their crafts. You can find their website at su-ami.blogspot.com where they have new creatures posted each month

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