Rural Agriculture In India
Our India is an agriculture based country. Most of the rural part of India agriculture is the main source of income. And here paddy is the main grain. After cultivating the golden paddy it needs to boil and dry to maintain moisture level and preserve. This boil, dry and preservation process is done in several rice mills.After boiling workers dry it on a big ground for 3 to 4 days. And during this drying process workers create many lines and patterns on the ground by this golden paddy. Here are some of these beautiful moments of lines and patterns creations. I have clicked these shots at Habra, W.B. India. In Habra there are so many places where people are involved in this job. I have taken these shots with my Canon Eos 1200 D camera with Canon 18-55mm lens from the rooftop of a nearby rice mill. Though this drying process happens on a big ground you need a wide angle lens and I prefer my 18-55mm lens for this. If you want to capture these patterns and lines you have to take the top shot view of these moments, that’s why I have chosen the rooftop to click these shots. I went there very early in the morning and took these shots till noon.