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Student Photo Gallery: Vietnam and Cambodia

We asked students aboard the Spring 2013 Voyage to submit their favorite pictures from our time in Vietnam and Cambodia.  Here is a small sample of the pictures we received.

Afternoon prayer at the Cao Dai Temple in Vietnam. Caodaism is a religion that brings together elements of Buddhism, Confuciansim, Taoism, Hinduism, native Vietnamese spirits, Christianity, and Islam. Photo by Andi Morris, University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Workers in a rice field in Northern Vietnam. Photo by Mackenzie Enich, University of Montana.
Students explore the Sung Sot “Surprise” Cave in Ha Long Bay. Photo by Bret Steiman, University of New Hampshire
A woman brings her child to purchase goods at the Floating Market near Can Tho in the Mekong Delta. Photo by Anne-Marie Kottenstette, Colorado State University
Hundreds of thousands of people and motorcycles co-exist around the Flower Street in downtown Ho Chi Minh City in celebration of T·∫øt, the Vietnamese New Year. Photo by Meghan Lukens, University of Colorado – Boulder
Left: A monk prays at the Cao Dai temple in the city of Tay Ninh, which is the headquarters for the religion of Caodaism. Photo by Meghan Lukens, University of Colorado – Boulder. Right: A young Buddhist monk looks out over Angkor Thom in Cambodia. Photo by Kathryn Madden, Hendrix College
The Ninh Hoa Fishing Village in Vietnam. Photo by Greg Colquitt, Clemson University
Backflip in Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Photo by Raj Patel, Somerset Community College
Bracelets on the bamboo that encloses one of the mass graves at the Choeung Ek Killing Fields in Cambodia. Photo by Raj Patel, Somerset Community College
A balloon vendor appeals to a child in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Danny Askew, Unreasonable Media
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