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I wonder if china would ever consider goin out with me, i have layers to grow crops on too, i think we would be a perfect couple.
At 4/6/06 09:41 PM, Fockinator wrote: Nothing better to do then make a hill look pretty? That's sad. I mean I use my time for my constructive things like posting on this forum.
They're rice farms, apparantly...
"I don't turn water to to wine but to cold coors light, I'm not Jesus I know, but I got that hydroponic shit that me and Judas grow"
Looks like someone turned the color contrast way up in those photos.
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Shame that 40% of all methane emissions come from Asian rice.
At 4/6/06 11:48 PM, Skyde wrote: O_O wow, china is seriously HUGE.
Yeah. America, as well as many other countries, have become very industrialized leaving us with little beautiful scenery like this. China, though, is huge, and so there is alot of land that is still untouched.
At 4/6/06 11:55 PM, mynamewontfitin wrote:At 4/6/06 11:48 PM, Skyde wrote: O_O wow, china is seriously HUGE.China, though, is huge, and so there is alot of land that is still untouched.
For now. Unfortunately, with the way things are going, we humans are going to destroy the last of these amazing landscapes. I thought these pictures were amazing.
At 4/6/06 11:14 PM, -Alex- wrote: Digitally edited to the max.
Not at all. It's called colour filters and slide film, you can get much bolder and better colors.
The photos of the rice fields were awesome. And for those that don't understand, the idea is that you run water from the top one to the bottom one, and it maximizes an area where you can grow rice, seeing as it must be submurged. The most breathtaking photo was the fields in the middle of those hills and mountains. The geography in Europe and Asia is just incredible.
You wont be able to see much when they suspect you of being a spy and arrest you.
A number of those photos look slightly edited.
However I have been to some of those places (Such as the lime formations at Guijin) and can confirm that yes, if the lighting was right and you had a good camera it would be that beautiful.
Rice fields do look like that as well, although they tend to be in richer villages where they're layered like that and not just flat.
The ones near the end are quite typical of where I've lived or been.
The Newgrounds O-Ren-Ishii but with a nicer smile and still alive
At 4/6/06 08:26 PM, mynamewontfitin wrote: Some of these are absolutely breathtaking!!!
yup, they're the epitome of the word.
At 4/7/06 12:10 AM, Sir_Snark wrote: And for those that don't understand, the idea is that you run water from the top one to the bottom one, and it maximizes an area where you can grow rice, seeing as it must be submurged.
Wow, that's really smart. I wonder how long it takes them to build those!
At 4/7/06 02:49 AM, Sarai wrote: However I have been to some of those places (Such as the lime formations at Guijin) and can confirm that yes, if the lighting was right and you had a good camera it would be that beautiful.
I have not been to the more rural areas of China myself, mostly sticking to the south (Hong Kong, being where I lived before). Now that the topic starter has shown me these photos, they really are something worth seeing with my own eyes!
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At 4/6/06 08:30 PM, azteca89 wrote: They look pretty trippy.
I <3 your sig.
Anyway, it looks like that because of several centuries of living in the same place.
At 4/7/06 08:14 AM, Lannolin wrote: Anyway, it looks like that because of several centuries of living in the same place.AmIrite?
If you meant "A clan or village existing in a single place for several centuries", yes.
And I bet they're proud of it.
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At 4/7/06 08:19 AM, D34M0N wrote: I go on holliday to China in the summer. I can't wait. I've never been outside of Europe before.
I've never been out of Europe either, I was in Lanzarote once, but that is owned by Spain. :S