Image of The Week: Vietnam – Motion Blur Bike

Whilst enjoying the UNESCO World Heritage listed old town, of Hoi An in Central Vietnam. I could not put my camera away, as there was just image after image to be taken. For this particular image, I was actually trying to take a shot of the yellow wall and the bike behind, when a young girl came whizzing past on here bicycle at exactly the same time as I pushed the button. Even though the young girl is blurred, I still like this image.

A young girl in the Vietnamese village of Hoi An, riding a bike.

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Jason has travelled the world extensively during the last 20 years, with overland journeys on six continents and across almost 90 countries. This site serves as a chronicle of the images and tales from these journeys, as well as offering advice and general information for other like minded travellers.

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  • GlobalButterfly

    I LOVE this image! I’m glad she wound up in your shot. :)

  • Jason

    Thanks Andi. Not sure what it is, but it’s just something about it. If she didn’t fly by on her bike, I don’t think the image would be anywhere near as interesting.

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