Fairy Canyon Cosplay Mui Ne Vietnam
by Richard Fisher
Cosplay Mui Ne Red Fairy Canyon is an intensely colorful little gorge with a native fairy. Just my kind of place now, at more leisurely pace than the huge, technical and dangerous canyons of my youthful days. At the end of the canyon hike of about half an hour I came to Fairy Spring Waterfalls. At first I was a bit disappointed because the canyon was so small but as you will see from the photographs at last I got into it deeply. I was on the lookout for one of the great granddaughters of the founding fairy Queen Au Co of Vietnam and sure enough I found such a fairy creature in a modern Cosplay manifestation. I think you will agree she is virtually as spectacular as the canyon itself.
Canyon overlook Mui Ne Vietnam is about a 10 minute walk from the entrance on
the south side of the little gorge.
We walked up a sand ramp for a 100 meters or so. Be careful as the sand is blistering hot from about 10am until late afternoon.
Mui Ne Vietnam is a lovely beach resort town in the south of Vietnam where the pace is slow and languid that also has attractions like the famous White as well as Red Sand Dunes, ancient Cham Temples, many accessible beaches and great sea food! The Red Fairy Canyon entry is right in the middle of town across the only bridge I noticed in town driving from south to north from the nearby small city of Phan Thiet.
Red Sand Dunes into the Fairy Canyon with a Umbrella Nymph Mui Ne Vietnam
Cosplay Blue Fairy on Fairy Canyon alights from
the sky into the deeply eroded sandstone formations.
This formation is about 2km walk from the entry.
told alot of things about the location of Fairy Canyon but finding it was
as it is right smack dab in the middle of Mui Ne on the only road through town just a stone throw
from the village beach. There is a shaded motorbike park right at the entryway where out bikes
were same and it only cost about a dollar to park there.
I stayed in Phan Theit as it was high season and I could not find a room in Mui Ne via a computer search. From there I rent two motorbikes, one for myself and my interpreter and one for the fairy and her chaperone companion. I needn't stayed in Phan Thiet as there are several very reasonable small hotels within a few blocks from Fairy Canyon, again on the only road in town. Counting the cost of the motorbikes and travel time each day, staying in Mui Ne will be my decision on my next visit, which cannot come soon enough!
blue fairy in Fairy Canyon Vietnam. Cosplay photography game in action at its
Incredible bright blue skies of the dry season in southern Vietnam.
About 2.5 km upstream from the entry.
Vietnamese style in the spectacular
eroded sandstone canyon formations in village center Mui Ne.
Hiking with a fairy in Fairy Canyon Mui Ne Vietnam.
umbrella fairy in blue and red. We design, select
the silk and have sewn our own Cosplay fairy costumes.
Hiking with the "Wildlife" in Fairy Canyon Mui Ne Vietnam.
On a stroll in Red Fairy Canyon southern Vietnam.
Fairy Cosplay costume in erosional sandstone
features in Fairy Canyon Vietnam.
Spring Waterfalls is basically the end of the hike for most and is about 3 km
from the entry.
I have seen many photographs of Fairy Spring Waterfalls on the internet but none have the sense of scale
and setting as these three photographs. All of these images were made just after sunrise at f22 and
a 1/4 second to produce the lacy water. The model, MY is a moving dancing fairy.
It was very difficult to explain to her that she had to be very still
for these impressions. Once she understood she was perfect as always.
Cosplay Fairy Spring Falls in blue, Mui Ne Vietnam.
Canyon" by Richard Fisher
Fairy Canyon Falls Cosplay, Mui Ne Vietnam
January 14, 2014
Umbrella Nymph hiking the red sand dunes into Fairy Canyon Vietnam
Vietnamese Blue Fairy exploring Red Fairy Canyon in Vietnam.
The Fairy Canyon Nymph as she flies in to explore the beaches of Mui Ne in a jungle Vietnam, please come back visit me real soon!
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