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  • Friday, August 17, 2007
  • Grain By Grain.

    These rice fields are a little ridiculous. You thought corn maizes or crop circles were meticulous agricultural art? Think again. These patties in Japan are planted with yellow, purple and normal green leafed rice to recreate famous paintings. They're informal competitions amongst the farmers that have grow more and more detailed over the years. I'm not really sure what the equivalent would be in the US; turfing stars and stripes into your neighbor's yard with your 1992 Ford Explorer Sport?

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