I am writing this post on my last day in Vietnam. We left the island of Phu Quoc today via a short flight yesterday. Now for a bit of time in Saigon(Ho Chi Minh City) before our flights back home this evening.
Phu Quoc is a place we wanted to visit before, as many places, it became over-developed. They say it’s what Phuket would of been if not had not been over-developed. Phu Quoc is an island that is home to a fair number of resorts but they are mostly of the quante, family owned variety. It has a population of about 80,000. The island produces the world’s best fish sauce and is also known for it’s black pepper. There are several fishing villages so there is seafood everywhere!
One thing that I had noticed myself doing with my photography this trip, I was abusing the “rule of thirds”. I had shot way too many boat pictures and after doing some reviews of the images, I noticed the pattern. Bottom right third seemed to be my preference for some reason. Maybe because most of the boats were heading from right to left? I dunno. What I do know is that it was getting boring. However, I do like this above image. The lighting was incredible that evening.