He is planning for a vacation after harvest. Nice shot with story.
His cow (Sapi Bali) is in the shed, his ducks are out of their baskets and feeding in the wake of the harvest, his wife is cutting more heads, and he is quietly enjoying his cigarette.
But I am not sure that there will be any holiday, Jeff, for immediately the fields must be ploughed and prepared for the next season.
Farmer is not a easy job.
Life wasn't meant to be easy, Jeff! This fellow and his wife certainly work hard, and this year they have had a very good harvest.
Cheers, my friend.
Each photo has a story .. in your album! Very interesting ..your trip, Ian! Best wishes, Simona
It really is special to share it with you, Simona. I have some great opportunities to share with friends in the many places where I travel but then to be able to tell their stories through my camera is a further privilege. I am glad you appreciate the stories, Simona.
Nice pic. off a nice landscape too.
Greetings from Greetje.
Dear Greetje and Hans-Jürgen,
No matter what technology farmer's use their lot is a demanding one because of their being subject to the vagaries of climate and weather, markets and economies, governments and policies. And here in Bali the farmers are very mindful of the good and bad spirits!
I am pleased that you noticed the wider landscape too, Greetje, of the intensive terracing for padi rice, and of the volcano rising in the background, disappearing in the tropical humidity.
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Photo taken in Jatiluwih, Penebel, Tabanan Regency, Bali, Indonesia
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