Collections from the Smithsonian’s 2019 Photo Contest
The sustainable travel is the one does it looks for a future employment for a local people. The windmills provided an employment to local people and at the same time giving a low electricity rate to the consumer. It represent a sustainable travel since it gave us the sense of responsibility.
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After working early in the morning, fishermen in Tam Giang Lagoon pull their boats anchored together. This lagoon located in the beach of Thua Thien – Hue Province, central Vietnam. Depth of the shore is about 50 cm, although along its avarage length there runs a channel 2 m deep. From the aerial perspective, the boats are arranged like the wings of a flower.
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