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    Malaysian photographer captures China's stunning rice fields

    A Malaysian camera man skillfully transformed the awe-inspiring landscape of China’s rice terraces into a multi-colored palette of reflective mirrors in his pictures.
    Alex Goh Seong traveled to Yuanyang in Yunnan, China to capture these amazing rice paddy reflections at twilight.
    To achieve the breathtaking shots, the pictures were taken exactly 30 minutes before the sun went down to show a mirrored landscape. Orange, purple, yellow and blue hues of natural light can be seen cascading down the levels of the flooded rice paddies, almost creating a tie-dye effect, rippling across the fields.



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    Amazing Longsheng/ Longjee Rice Terraces- China


    The Longsheng Rice Terraces are located in Longsheng County, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) from Guilin, Guangxi, China.
    The terraced fields are built along the slope winding from the riverside up to the mountain top, between 600 m to 800 m above sea level. A coiling terrace line that starts from the mountain foot up to the mountain top divides the mountain into layers of water in spring, layers of green rice shoots in summer, layers of rice in fall, and layers of frost in winter. The terraced fields were mostly built about 650 years ago.







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