From May to July, photographers return to Hon Kho island, belonging to Nhon Hai fishing village (Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh) to “hunt seaweed”.
The set of photos was taken by photographer Dang Van Hai (living in Phu Cat, Binh Dinh). Traveling and capturing beautiful moments in every place you visit is a longtime favorite of this 29-year-old photographer. In the picture, seaweed in Nhon Hai fishing village seen from above.
Seaweed appears from May to July, creating a beautiful scene like a “golden field” under the clear blue sea. On the other hand, seaweed is also a “seasonal” source of income for fishermen here.
“I first photographed seaweed in May 2021. If I have to comment, I think that time is more beautiful than this year. At that time, I was rowing SUP when I suddenly discovered the beach through a flycam device,” he said.
This photo taken in the dreamy season in 2021 brought this photographer many international awards.
Seaweed often live clinging to coral reefs and reefs. When a plant grows long, it overflows the surface of the water. Many such trees create impressive golden seaweed beaches right on the sea surface.
Seaweed are a gift of nature favoring Quy Nhon. It is harvested for export or to make medicine or fertilizer. However, overexploitation of seaweed also adversely affects the reproduction of some aquatic species.
Sharing with reporters, this photographer commented that it is also beautiful from the outside, but the most beautiful thing is still to admire through photos. The wide camera angle of the new drone highlights a large area, filled with the yellow color of seaweed.
“To get good photos, in addition to choosing the camera angle, the time of the rainy season, you also have to monitor the tides and wind. To take good pictures, you must take pictures when the water is calm, the tide is low and especially there is no wind”, he shared his experience.
The most effective shooting equipment is the drone to take wide-angle photos. If you like, you can use the action camera to dive and capture underwater corals and algae.
@ Zing News