Vietnamese photographer wins international award

The striking image captures female workers mending fish nets at a workshop in southern province of Bac Lieu.

The theme of this year’s competition – Cities at Work – challenged photographers from around the world to capture the beauty and day-to-day reality of working life. It attracted 11,500 entries from 79 countries.

The Vietnamese photographer has previously received many awards for his inspiring and incredible photography.

Golden Net by Ly Hoang Long

In March of this year, the world-leading magazine National Geographic chose his photo “Golden Net” depicting a fisherman standing in the middle of a fish net in the early morning as best in its competition.

Some winning photos:

“Mask of Society” by Marius Viet names the 2014 CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year.

Johanna Siegmann’s picture “Buffer Zone” wins the regional Americas award.

Carlos da Costa Branco’s picture of a traffic warden dancing in the street in Lisbon wins the Europe, Middle East and Africa prize.

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