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Mothers Day

LAOS. Kassia. 06/10/1993: Rice harvest of Hmong tribe. Sickle to reap early rice. The stems are cut at a height of 40 cm and left to dry on top of the remains.

LAOS. Kassia. 06/10/1993: Rice harvest of Hmong tribe. Sickle to reap early rice. The stems are cut at a height of 40 cm and left to dry on top of the remains.

BURMA. Mong Kar (Wa State). 10/11/2003: Rice harvest in paddy fields. UNODC has built irrigation canals in the area allowing several crops of rice a year. Their main concern is that the newly irrigated land will be occupied by Chinese immigrants.

BURMA. Mong Kar (Wa State). 10/11/2003: Rice harvest in paddy fields. UNODC has built irrigation canals in the area allowing several crops of rice a year. Their main concern is that the newly irrigated land will be occupied by Chinese immigrants.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. 7/06/2009: Mothers day.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. 7/06/2009: Mothers day.

3 Responses to “Mothers Day”

  1. love these old photographs :)))))>..

    and the color pic: is this family V?? :))))

    hugs

    running
    b

    bob black - June 8th, 2009 at 7:30 pm

  2. Yes… Meet Sarong and Sita…

    john vink - June 8th, 2009 at 8:41 pm

  3. JV! :)))))))))))))))…

    that’s a beautiful family indeed…and the young one has such a beautiful face (moma too) and gorgeous eyes…she has the stare of KNOWING….

    will show Marina tonight :)))

    for her (little one) your 2 long projects, as i once wrote u :)))

    thanks for sharing

    bob

    bob black - June 8th, 2009 at 11:07 pm