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This is so beautiful and interesting. I didn't know this existed - you captured it fabulously.

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Excelente captura, ☆☆☆Like+Favorita☆☆☆,
Saludos cordiales desde "La isla del encanto"
Puerto Rico....JeO112.
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That's how diamonds are made isn't it

Thats an old tree

Bonjour Maxnature ! Superbe prise ! Bravo ! YSL ! Cette guêpe ne piquera plus ! Amitiés d'Alsace ! André

There are 2 options before you harvest sugar cane one is to burn the trash off the cane before cutting and also get rid of the vermin / snakes out of the cane, particularly when in the olden days of cutting the cane by hand , the only problem once the cane had been burnt it had to be cut and crushed within 3 days or would lose some of its sugar yield , the other option is not to burn the cane that way it was less messy and poluting when cut by machine

Elmunt, no había visto el comentario, muchas gracias. Saludos, LM

Challenger, gracias por comentar. Saludos desde Argentina, LM

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