Hello friends in TE.
I hope this image will explain the process of planting rice in traditional manner. In the foreground id the nursery where 30 days-old young rice is pulled of its roots and tied in small bales. The bales are transported to another field ready to be planted by hand, The people in the picture are doing this tedious work of planting the young rice by hand. The space between the young plants is essential for aeration to promote growth and a healthy plant.
Thanks for viewing!
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alin-m (3716) 2009-11-09 1:42
Interesting immage of this people working on the field.
Verry beautifull green colour.
wolf38 (31284) 2009-11-09 2:45
Hello Jusni. Here you will truly show a lovely landscape. But ultimately it is a photo from the world of work. Very successful composition, natural colors. Overall, a good shot and a perfect image for TE. Regards, Wolfgang.
siamesa (27763) 2009-11-09 8:51
Very beautiful picture and interestins scene of daily life . A lesson about planting rice there.Congratulations.
paura (47182) 2009-11-09 13:35
looks like some tropical views here in Brazil. Very beautiful photo composition. Interesting (as here) the motocycle inclusion in all landscape.
Urs (14082) 2009-11-09 19:02
That's exactly the shot I'm after, however so far I was always at the wrong place at the wrong time. How do you knew that the farmers would be there? A very good educational paddy shot with vibrant colors, fine sharpness and perfect DOF. Well done
shevchenko (18892) 2009-11-09 19:42
Lively shoot to show farmers in work, full with harmonious feel on this greenery land, informative note for study the process to plant the rice, thanks for sharing.
Amaz (11475) 2009-11-10 1:19
Excellent tropical landscape, Jusni!!
Perfect colours and superb composition!
pablominto (53746) 2009-11-10 1:26
The posting gives a good impression of the workflow!
As an outsider I didn't know much about the process and the note is therefore an essential part of the presentation...
And the fresh green is very much associated with the young rice, well done on composition too!
belido (19934) 2009-11-10 2:58
beautiful image. The vivid colors and bright make me think I'm there. Composition was well thought and I see a high quality file. Thanks for the informative note as well!
ls7902 (7328) 2009-11-10 3:39
Great shot at replanting time. Not something you see often these days. Good to see the attap hut too. Salam. Latiff.
Kielia (24073) 2009-11-10 8:15
a very good contribution - in every sense - to this site! And a well composed impression of the paddy fields. The pastel colors and the wonderful light make this image very attractive.
Vasa (16816) 2009-11-10 11:04
Many thanks Jusni,
you show us the nice scene from Kedah. The result of that work is maybe in Serbian's shops. Proud of our friendship,
rabani (9645) 2009-11-10 11:26
Salam my dear friend, this a bucolic scene and pretty closely related to the wide green rice vista of Kodiang. I believe the green is the dominating colors of Kedah and Perlis by this time. I also like the two motorbikes parking side by side. Personally, Kedah is home to the breakneck bikeracers burning rubbers on some city streets.
jhm (144250) 2009-11-11 11:10
This is your 300th picture on TE, perhaps late but never to late.
Very nice rural picture with very amazing colours.
A nice composition with very appealing cool green tones.
Very well done, TFS.
Graal (100108) 2009-11-19 23:38
nice scenery here, good composition and presentation. Well done photo. An interesting note. I like it.
kato (11630) 2012-03-04 1:30
You show to us a pastoral scenery here, so it's interesting and impressive to see the spectacle of planting rice in traditional manner by hand. It's gentle to eyes to see green. Good composion, excellent tone and smart frame work.
- Copyright: Jusni Nasirun (jusninasirun) (17162)
- Genre: Lieux
- Medium: Couleur
- Date Taken: 2009-10-18
- Categories: Vie quotidienne, Nourriture, Nature
- Camera: Canon powershot G7
- Exposition: f/3.5, 1/1250 secondes
- More Photo Info: view
- Versions: version originale
- Date Submitted: 2009-11-09 1:08