The mountain town of Da Lat and its surrounding areas were in full of fanciful mist like a fairy tale.
Dew covers Lam Vien Square, where is considered the “heart” of Da Lat, with architectural accents such as wild anemones and artichoke flower buds.
This photo is in the set of photos Mountain season from the bird’s eye, by photographer Tran Quang Anh who is living and working in Da Lat.
Da Lat Pedagogical College is in a fog. The college is located 2.4 km from the city center, with an arc-shaped architecture and the highlight of the bell tower. This place is one of the mist hunting corners in Dalat that many photographers choose.
A corner of the fanciful mountain town center in the morning mist, in the distance, there is a cable car on Robin Dalat Hill.
“Mist appears after the early rains in late April. Hunting dew must be prepared early in the morning, when dawn comes up to 7 am is the ideal time,” Mr. Quang Anh said.
Mist flew in the corner of Tuyen Lam Lake, 6 km south of Dalat center, directly below Truc Lam Zen Monastery.
The lake, which originated from the Tia stream, is dotted with lonely chaise and boatman, creating a landscape like a picture of a river in the mountains.
In season, the dew spreads throughout the city. But to get impressive moments, photography lovers have to go further, to the suburbs. Pictured here is the Dasar Protestant Church, Luoyang District, standing out amidst the mist.
Mist rises in the dawn on farms near Tuy Son hill, Xuan Tho commune, Da Lat city.
The pine trees on the hill in the Dasar valley are covered in white mist.
Mist poured through the pine trees along the K’Long K’Lanh pass. This pass connects Da Lat – Nha Trang in the area of K’Long K’Lanh village, Lac Duong district.
K’Long K’Lanh pass is the ideal place to watch and hunt clouds, when the sun’s rays emerge through the pine forest on the pass.
Lac Duong dew region, with wild scenery and green pine trees, makes the valley even more magical.
Fog descended on the pine hill in Luoyang, in the distance was Mount Langbiang.
For travelers who have never hunted for dew in Da Lat, they do not know the way to go, they can refer to the schedules and locations from photographers and locals to ensure safety.
Tran Quang Anh – Huynh Phuong – VNEXPRESS