OUTSIDE HOI AN, TOWARDS MY SON
In This Photo You Can See Rice-Growing In Four Different Stages: Land Preparation, Early Seedling Growth, Transplanted Seedlings, and Mature Rice Ready for Harvesting
Ducks Being Herded Through the Rice Paddies
Water Buffaloes Are Still Used to Pull Traditional Plows to Prepare the Soil for Planting
Fishing Takes Tools: A Boat (In the Front, Of Course) And a Net (In the Background)
A Closer View of One of the Huge Nets Used for Fishing in the Thu Bon River In and Around Hoi An
A Train Crossing in the Countryside
Family Graves Are Placed in the Middle of Their Ricefields, Oriented According to the Directions of Geomancers
The Countryside Is Unbelievably Green...
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These Road Construction Workers Wouldn't Let Me Pass Without Taking a Photo of Them
Many Family Homes Have Gates Like These Identifying Their "Turf"
Tobacco and Red Chili Peppers Are Common Crops, Left Out to Dry in the Sun During the Hottest Part of the Day
But Rice Is Certainly the Main Crop; Farmers Transplanting Young Shoots Is a Common Sight
Farmers Winnowing the Harvested Rice At the Side of the Road