See the wedding photos in the snow in Sa Pa, surprisingly beautiful

In addition to the photos of roads, roofs, trees covered with snow and frost, the wedding photos of a couple in Hanoi taken in the snow in Y Ty (Lao Cai) are also causing a stir among netizens.

On January 11, in Y Ty, Bat Xat, Lao Cai appeared snowy rain – a rare weather form in Vietnam. Many tourists from all over here have been lucky to “hunt” the snow, admire the frozen branches, touch the thick snow cover.

Among those lucky people were couple Thuong and Linh (Hanoi), they had a beautiful wedding photos in the snow – a very rare thing in Vietnam.

“Really this is a very lucky thing for both of us, as well as for the team, because in a minute of improvisation, we decided to go to Sa Pa to take wedding photos at this time, the result is complete It is beyond expectation when it comes to snow, “Linh (the bride in the wedding photo set) shared.

The lucky couple came to Y Ty and captured the whole space of beautiful white snow like “West sky”.

As for Mr. Long Moon – the photographer of this set of wedding photos, until now, he still thinks it is really fate.

“There are a lot of things to say but we just want to tell you, it must be very charming when I meet snow, because I used to be pretty bad, I have hunted for fog, hunted clouds a lot but if there is no fate, I cannot meet. When taking photos of places, I always tell the group to ensure the safety and keep the environment clean, as well as not affect the people and their lives, especially the snow like this, the people. There will be more and more difficulties, so absolutely do not step on people’s crops, do not break branches to break trees … “, Long Moon – the author of the wedding photo set in the snow and rain shared.

To have this wedding photo set, the crew went through the minus 4 degree cold.

The beautiful white snow scene is as breathtaking as in the West.

Besides photos of roads, roofs, trees covered with snow and frost, the wedding photos of Linh – Thuong couple taken in the snow in Y Ty (Lao Cai) also caused a stir among netizens.

Hardly anyone thinks this is a scene in Vietnam – where it rarely snows.