The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest

Y Ty is the name of a highland commune in Bat Xat District of Lao Cai, a province in the northwest of Vietnam. Autumn comes giving Y Ty a gentle and passionate beauty distinctive of this region.

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 The local autumnal lifestyle also becomes busier when farmers, who are ethnic minorities, begin to harvest their crops on terraced rice fields while some others are building new houses and children frolicking on the verandas.

The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
Autumnal sunlight comes up dispelling the hazy veil on rice fields in Y Ty. – SGT Photos: Thu Huong

Visitors to Y Ty during fall may contemplate the natural fascinating mixture of colors—they are the yellow of ripe rice on the horizon, the white of the sea of clouds above, the lush green of the surrounding forests and mountains, as well as the brown of dirt walls.

In Y Ty, homestay facilities on 2,000 meters above sea level are favored by some travelers, especially foreign backpackers.

The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
The terraced rice fields in Y Ty.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
Ripe rice on the fields.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
The yellow color embellishes the vast terrain of mountains and forests surrounding Y Ty.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
Local farmers on their fields.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
Harvested rice being brought home.
 
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
Some farmers put rice grains in bags to bring them home.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
A new house under construction.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
The unique sea of clouds.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
The magnificent scenes of clouds, mountains and sky when they blend together.
The autumnal Y Ty in the Northwest
A homestay service waiting for guests to come back.

Source: SGT  

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