French amateur photographer introduces Ha Noi’s alleys

Daniel Frydman debuted his new photography exhibition, Alleyways in Ha Noi, at the central city’s La Tour Eiffel Studio yesterday.

DA NANG ( VNS )- Daniel Frydman debuted his new photography exhibition, Alleyways in Ha Noi, at the central city’s La Tour Eiffel Studio yesterday.

Daniel, 68, who has lived in Ha Noi for seven years, introduced 25 photos of alleys taken in the Old Quarter.

The crowded, dark, narrow alleys in the Old Quarter have fascinated me throughout my years living in Ha Noi,” the French photographer said at the opening ceremony. “I really want to depict the life of Hanoians in alleys, which preserve the ancient architecture of the downtown.”

The amateur photographer also plans to create photo exhibitions depicting Agent Orange victims and the landscapes of Viet Nam.

The exhibition will be on display through next month. – VNS

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