BEAUTY IN THE UNUSUAL

BEAUTY IN THE UNUSUAL

wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.
wnycradiolab:</p> <p>the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.<br /> photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier</p> <p>A work of art created by fields of rice.

wnycradiolab:

the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.
photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier

A work of art created by fields of rice.

All creatures of nature are beautiful,<br /> no matter what creature this is.

All creatures of nature are beautiful,
no matter what creature this might be.

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