When I took this photo on a bridge over the Perfume River in Hué, Vietnam I had no intention of capturing the moto-bike. They just zoomed into my picture, and I did not even notice it until I returned home. It is amazing how in Vietnam the moto-bike is the family vehicle. I have seen a bigger family than this somehow balance themselves precariously while dad drives on. There are crazier sights than large families on a moto-bike as some drivers manage to carry all sorts of crazy loads including livestock.
What is the craziest load you have seen on a moto-bike while traveling through Southeast Asia?
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That’s a way better shot than an empty bridge, which would have been indistinguishable from any other bridge.
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