The trully creative and amazing paddy art frm Japan  

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The Japanese farmers has been creating a very creative images out of a very common green paddies field. This farmers from Inakadete in Aomori , somewhere northernmost province of the largest Japanese island, Honshu has master the technique of mixing a different variety of rice into an outstanding artworks.

out of this Japanese's famous  painting...

This scenery will be visible until the rice is harvested in September.

and carefully..

they cut the rice according to their variety i guess.. 

Source:here and here

From the 22 meter high tower that's part of the village office and overlooks the fields, visitors are rewarded with a view that takes their breath away.This is a remarkable reproductions of famous woodblock prints by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) and the images from the artist's "Fugaku Sanjurokkei (Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji)" on the 15,000-sq.meter paddies, are nothing if not spectacular in both their scale, precisions and detail.

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wow... i cant ver imagine doing something like that.. some people are so clever

yup such creative soul..and they are just a farmers speak volume on how man's creative powers...if one care to ponder anew..