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    Photo of Terraced Rice Field, China At first I thought it was stained glass

  • Susana Frankel

    award winning photography national geographic -------Terraced rice fields create a colorful mosaic of patterns. (Photo: National Geographic/Thierry Bornier Yunnan, China )

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    Terraced ricefields in China, Thierry Bornier for National Geographic

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    Terraced Rice Field, China Photograph by Thierry Bornier, My ShotYunnan, China, is a beautiful place for shooting rice field terraces. Download Wallpaper (1600 x 1200 pixels) Photo Tip: When shooting aerial photography, stay pretty low, usually at about 1,000 feet (300 meters) above the ground. High equals hazy in aerial photography.

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