A while back, I posted a slideshow that featured pictures of crop circles, but the photos below are of green fields of a different kind. They show rice paddies in Japan that have been skillfully planted with different varieties of the ubiquitous grain, so that as the plants grow they form amazing pieces of artwork. Rice-paddy art, as it’s known, has been around since the 1990s, and began as a local revitalization project sponsored by local communities.
You can see the process in the first three pictures, which show the same field progressively changing. The others are more of the same — additional examples of intricately planned and executed masterpieces.
(Thanks for the pictures, ‘M’!)
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As always a pleasure to send you something usable on the blog.
You are most welcome & I luv that Brothers Four Song.
Yeah, it’s a good song. You know, it’s so familiar that I wondered if I’d posted it before, but I guess not. (I don’t know what I’d do if I didn’t have a ‘search’ on the blog.)