Cellpic Sunday – 25 July 2021

This week, John posted a farm land cellpic showing how the factory-like equipment and the manpower being used in the harvest. Here is my entry for Johnbo’s Cellpic.

Rice in Japan is grown in small water paddies. In July, water is temporarily drained from the field, it’s called ‘nakaboshi’.

The purpose of this unique process is to oxygenate soil and rice plants enabling to produce much higher quality of rice. Once you’ve tried Japanese rice, it’s hard to switch to other kinds of rice.

The above images were taken with my iPhone. Johnbo doesn’t have a weekly theme, click here to join.

Here is the link for Winners of the 2021 iPhone Photography Awards: http://www.ippawards.com/gallery/

22 thoughts on “Cellpic Sunday – 25 July 2021

  1. Wonderful rice fields and I bet it tastes better than other types of rice
    And at first when i read “cellpic” I thought of Celtic or some culture word – hahaha but I see it is a challenge for cell phone images –

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  2. If you’re interested in Japan, you might enjoy a book I just finished called “Water, Wood, and Wild Things.” The author had connections that got her into all sorts of interesting occupations in Japan. It’s fascinating and beautifully written.

    I take lots of cell phone photos and use lots of them on the blog so I have no doubt about the quality of the photos. 🙂

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  3. This reminds me so much of my childhood. We often walked through ricefields to play. Now it´s been decades since I´ve never seen it again up close.
    My first phone who took decent photos is a Sony Erricsson, after a few years Ié had my first iPhone–iPhone 5. So much memories with that phone …!

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