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People living in Thac Mo Reservoir in Binh Phuoc Province always look optimistic despite the difficulties they have undergone.

As water is part of their life, they choose to live in Thac Mo Reservoir. Of course, most of them are good swimmers, even small kids.

Most local families lead their life by fishing on the vast lake. Each fishing trip in the lake lasts several days.

Following photos show the locals’ life involving with Thac Mo Reservoir with red basalt soil—a highlight of Binh Phuoc Province.

Boats are also houses of local families

A local fisherman and his son

Fishes caught from the reservoir

Local kids are not only good swimmers but also good boat drivers

Red basalt soil is typical of Binh Phuoc Province

A joyful moment of local kids

Tiny lights looking like stars in the sky

By Trung Dinh

 

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