The Dragon Bridge breathes fire every Saturday evening. The weekly event is a regular crowd pleaser, with plenty of people – local and tourists – showing up each week for drinks and a bite to eat while they watch the show.
I haven’t been walking around with my camera as much as usual recently, but I still have quite a few images from the last several months. I come home with the pictures, upload them to the computer, work on several in Photoshop, then forget about them. This won’t do. Time to post some of this work. From the last six months or so, in no special order. Here is a photo of a Da Nang sunset in January of this year, from the roof of my building.
The clouds rolled in and the temperature dropped about four days ago. At this time of year, gray, flat, overcast weather like this can last for days at a time, with or without rain. The temperature hovers just above 70 in the day and drops into the 60s at night. For Vietnamese used to nine months or so of hot, mostly sunny days, it feels downright cold. Yesterday, blustery 20 to 30mph winds made it feel pretty chilly out at the beach. This is looking north across Da Nang Bay at the mountains that separate Da Nang from Hue about 80km to the north. The Hai Van Pass that goes over the mountains is covered by clouds.