VIETNAM WINTER (2016): HA GIANG- ETHNIC VILLAGES
North of Hanoi, situated along the border with China, Ha Giang is the most isolated province of Vietnam. Known for its forested mountains of dramatic limestone and granite, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A third of Vietnam's 54 minority tribes live in the region. Part of my time in Ha Giang was spent with a group of Vietnamese photographers. We traveled by van up the narrow switchbacks through the misty landscape, high into the clouds.