On the first days of the new year, many people flock to rubber gardens in Long Khanh, Thong Nhat, Cam My, and Dong Nai to take photos of the changing leaves season.
At the beginning of the dry season, the vast rubber forests in Dong Nai begin to lose their leaves, creating a beautiful scene. Dong Nai is one of the three provinces with the largest rubber area in the country, including many gardens associated with the history of the formation of the domestic rubber industry.
Seen from above, the bare fallen rubber trees create a scene that is likened to “the winter birch forest of Eastern Europe”.
Many people took advantage of the opportunity to take photos and capture moments during the season when the trees changed their leaves to bright yellow. The addresses most visited by tourists are Hang Gon, Xuan Que, Dau Giay farm areas… about 50 km from Ho Chi Minh City.
“The rubber area only takes one hour by car along the Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay highway, so it is very convenient for tourists,” said Ms. Hang, from Ho Chi Minh City.
A group of female students took pictures having fun on the way home from school through the rubber garden in Thong Nhat district. “We want to save the beautiful memories of our school years with the rubber leaf shedding season,” said a female student.
A female student is shy next to a recently fallen yellow rubber leaf.
Photographer Nguyen An took a set of photos for Huyen Quy from Bien Hoa City in a rubber garden in Long Khanh City.
“The rubber leaf-shedding season not only creates a feeling of nostalgia for people, but also gives photographers a lot of creative inspiration,” Mr. An said, adding that if you want beautiful photos, you should take them during the hours of 7-10 a.m. and 3 p.m. until sunset. kiss down.
Huyen Quy poses with rubber leaves falling in the wind. “Every season when the rubber leaves fall, I go to Long Khanh to take photos to preserve my youthful memories,” Quy said.
Two boys play on a bicycle in the middle of a rubber forest in Xuan Que commune, Cam My district. For the children growing up here, the rubber garden is a childhood memory.
A forest of young buds has turned green, signaling the arrival of a new spring. “After the leaves come out, the rubber will return to sap, and the workers will also start a new scraping season,” said Mr. Hung, a long-time male worker at Hang Gon farm.
The rubber leaf changing season lasts from December of the previous year to February of the following year. Besides Dong Nai, visitors can go to rubber forests in Tay Ninh, Binh Duong and Binh Phuoc to take photos and enjoy the rubber deciduous season.
( According to vnexpress )