You won’t believe what these terraces in Vietnam look like after summer rain

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After summer’s first rains, the terraces in the northern province of Lao Cai’s Bat Xat District transform into a picturesque landscape that will awe any visitor

The rainbow of color along the terraces begins to form after local famers start to plumb water from top of the mountains down to their terraces to feed the new crop, forming a palette of color combining the fresh rain water, green rice, and rich soil

The fairy beauty of the terraces in Bat Xat’s Sang Ma Sao Commune. Photo: Tuoi Tre

A field in A Lu Commune looks like a painting under the sunrise.Photo: Tuoi Tre

The Den Sang rice terraces. Photo: Tuoi Tre

The province has already seen more rain than usual and farmers have been taking advantage of this by getting water to their field earlier than previous years. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Water on the fields. Photo: Tuoi Tre

A fascinating 'painting' created by farmers. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Rice seedlings ready for a new crop. Photo: Tuoi Tre

(Source: Tuoitrenews)

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