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This is one of the most common sights in Asia.
Growing rice is one of the hardest works of all, and takes the time of most Asian people. In the most fertile arias thay can grow up to three crops of rice and one of veggies every year. The 3-month cycle starts with cultivating the “swamp” lend with Honda Mechanical hors or real ox/water Buffalo.
Then making small and dens plant nursery, and then (as can be seen in the picture) walking backwards deep in mud with bent-back re implanting the plants one by one in the mud, surrounding millions of mosquitoes and listening to the loud voice of the toads – the same toads that will be served along with white rice latter this evening as the main course of diner.

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Additional Photos by yuval naaman (kogawa) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 85 W: 101 N: 413] (4494)
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