The Bali farmer
This is the traditional salt farmer.....soon extinct unfortunately from Bali
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The Bali farmer
This is the traditional salt farmer.....soon extinct unfortunately from Bali HASWE Stay safe ...
The Salt March has a great significance in Indian freedom movement....
The Salt March
Britain’s Salt Act of 1882 prohibited Indians from collecting or selling salt, a staple in their diet. Indian citizens were forced to buy the vital mineral from their British rulers, who, in addition to exercising a monopoly over the manufacture and sale ...
Thank you Mike
for the suggestion, I just want to "promote" Bali....LoL
Hard work... beautiful photo
Salt production in the 能登半島, 石川県 (Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture) dates back at least as far as the fifth century. The Noto Peninsula is a beautiful destination that sticks out into the Japan Sea like a large thumb just north of the city of 金沢 (Kanaz...
This make it sound
even more tempting.......I list of impending traveling places getting longer
He will carry
the sea water and spread it oh the sand field and sun dry it ...
Another great shot
Thanks for educating me. I have tremendous respect for farmers. Without them the world goes hungry
I have put down this photo
for 5 years, since stay home and got chance to relook into my "treasures" and found this, thanks for the detail elaborating it Cheers
This is my
IG tag line : Just freeze the moment to express my inner feel and to share my lucky gift of sight
spotted this standout color, thanks