Monday, January 23, 2012
Thailand Scenery In Uthai Tani
My Thai friend called this geological phenomenon "the Thai Ayers Rock." Well, at least he compared it to that thing in Australia, he'd been to Australia when he was in the Marines but he'd forgotten the name of the place.
Thais more likely call it that waste of good rice growing land; or that unfortunate interruption in going from here to there.
This is Uthai Tani, and these fields get two or three rice crops per year. This is January in the pictures, and it looks like a recent planting. Right after the floods last year settled down probably. Good soil, looks like to me, but I'm no farmer. Good outcomes though, so I guess I'm right.