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The Mekong Delta is where the giant river pours out of South Vietnam before joining the South China Sea. Depending on the season, the river rises and falls with the rushing volume of waters from its tributaries. Occasionally, the sea gets it revenge when tidal surges penetrate way deep inland. The river is so wide that it has numerous islands and some, like this one, have their own narrow riverine divides- a river within a river.


at Unicorn Island, the Mekong Delta, Vietnam


on being featured in The Glimpse ( part 1 and 2), a 5-man photo exhibit (blogged in )

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Taken on May 18, 2006