Sky gazing at Truong Sa archipelago

VOV.VN - If your one of those who never get tired of looking at what’s happening up in the skies, you’ll certainly enjoy these photos taken by a VOV photographer of the magnificent scenery at the Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago.

Hard to distinguish between Changsha sunsets and sunrises 

Sunsets appear more chaotic, sunrises tidier



Taciturn and peaceful in early morning


Lighthouse looks like splendid fairy castle on coastal wilderness


Mysterious twilight dawn

Romantic picturesque purple and pink sunset 


Canoe guide on island

Andromeda Island - first place in Vietnam to receive rays of sun each day 

House rig DK1

West Rock Lighthouse


Magical rainbow in sky


Magnetism

Thunderstorm in Spratly East

Impressive beauty of Changsha 571 ship amidst storm clouds

View from sky deck of ship 571 Changsha

Beauty of sunsets enchants Nguyen Thi Huyen

Spratly East view from cabin 571

Dolphins circle hull

Blue sky merges with blue sea on horizon


Treasure

Flowers everywhere on island

In temples

Saying farewell 

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