Rice field art
It was just Saturday that I was talking about how many incredible things I stumble on looking for content for this blog. Today I'm going to speak about something that could be quite common for the japanese readers but that have left me amazed.
Every year, farmers in the rural town Inakadate, Japan, creates something we could call "rice field art" seeding rices of three different colors (light green, dark green and red) in complicated patterns. The risult is that day after day you could see wonderful japanese pictures "growing". A few others fields in rural Japan also followed the trend of this beautiful rice field art.
Check out different the whole sequence of the rice field from start to harvesting:
The same field but another angle:
Other images of "race field art":