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The Yao people of southern China have been tending these rice terraces for hundreds of years. Each May, they begin to irrigate and plow the terraces, readying them for planting rice seedlings.
A group of men gather for lunch while at the animal bazaar in Kashi.
A woman locks her house before heading out.
The Yao minority group resides in the remote mountains in southern China. They like to eat bamboo rice, a traditional dish that mainly contains glutinous rice mixed with bacon and potato. The fresher
A young lama covered by a cloak.
An old Tibetan woman spinning prayer wheels.
The Yao Nationality, located in the southern China, have been tending these rice terraces for hundreds of years. Now, tourists are attracted to these beautifully shaped terraces and the Yao women find
A young lama walks in front of a temple in Gansu province.
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A copperhead resting its head on a rock.
Spitting Fire
blue aster blooming in september
orange flower in the fall blooming
My little sister enjoying a sunny day
praying mantis in his natural habitat
WuMing Buddhist Institute(The world's largest Buddhist Institute)
YaQing Temple
Praying mantis looking at me
Mantis dancing in the Cosmos at dusk.
Backyard tree
Tango actor
Little Lama
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Spitting Fire

A performer during Sichuan opera spits fire.

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Date Taken: 11.2012
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