Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Patchwork Pattern of Fields

Some aerial shots of Myanmar, a country full of tiny landholdings forming patchwork patterns that look like abstract paintings. The earth is red, brown, black; the yellow fields are mustard in full bloom.

the Patchwork Fields Seen while Flying over Inle Lake the Patchwork Fields Seen while Flying over Inle Lake the Patchwork Fields Seen while Flying over Inle Lake the Patchwork Fields Seen while Flying over Inle Lake the Patchwork Fields Seen while Flying over Inle Lake the Patchwork Fields Seen while Flying over Inle Lake the Patchwork Fields Seen while Flying over Inle Lake You so rarely see such small fields any more; all farms now seem to owned by megacorporations. With all these tiny farms there is a large variety of food plus it isn’t economical to spray poisons on the crops. Most importantly, everyone seems to have enough food and I never saw anyone on the streets homeless and hungry like we do in Vancouver!

For more on this photo challenge: http://ceenphotography.com/2014/04/07/cees-fun-foto-challenge-patterns/

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