14 thoughts on “The Terraced Field in Guilin

  1. WOW! Just so relaxing. Takes my imagination to the many villages that grow rice in my country too. Miss such scenery due to the travel restrictions that are in place since the pandemic.
    Thanks for sharing your lovely trips with us too.Wish you many happy journeys to such beautiful locations always.

  2. Really, this is a picture depicting the results of centuries and centuries of continuous labour by so many rural people! We can’t terrace steep slopes into food-growing paddies, control the water flows in and out of them and deal with erosion, too, without almost unimaginable amounts of work and expertise. Hats off for the photo, sir – and for the work of persistent peoples with great agri-cultural knowledge. UNESCO World Heritage Site?

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