Above, intriguing detail of a soldier's face.

Le Lam speaks of his time in the jungles, rice paddies, and hamlets of South Vietnam with great tenderness. He possesses an unquenchable spirit and idealism that is undiminished by time. He mounted improvised exhibitions for people to see his works, an average of 60 to 70 pictures, sometimes more, which were pegged to lines or displayed in any practicable way possible.