This collection of photography and essays from 1960's Vietnam offers a picture of normal, daily life during the Vietnam War era.
Some of the photographs were entered in international expositions where they were recognized not only for fine composition and balance, but also for their ability to capture glimpses of Vietnam that few Westerners have had the chance to see, or understand.
What do such pictures convey? Perhaps some of the sacrifice, endurance and patience of its people, or the love of a man for his country. Indeed, the native Vietnamese photographer has an important role: his pictures will serve as a source of inspiration for his countrymen. And these are the pictures of Vietnam to be remembered.