French photographer Réhahn fell in love with Viet Nam and its people during a field trip in 2007.
Four years later, he moved from France to Hoi An in Quang Nam Province. Through Réhahn’s lens, Hoi An takes on a striking and distinctive golden-yellow hue.
The town has about 1,000 ancient houses of which 844 are on a UNESCO list for their historical value.
“Hoi An is like an open-air studio. The light and the yellow walls make the perfect backdrop for any subject, continually surprising and inspiring me,” BBC Travel quoted Réhahn as saying.
The French photographer tries to capture this remarkable feature of the ancient town in everyday moments.
Keep scrolling to see stunning photos from his most recent book: “Viet Nam-Mosaic of Contrast”.