Walking home in the dry river.

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UploadedMarch 28, 2010
TakenMarch 27, 2010
Exposure1/2000 sec at f/4.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length38 mm
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This used to be a beautiful river in LuoXiancun. A village that survived independent of the rest of the world for hundreds of years by using stone tools. They have continued being resilent, despite this latest drought. They have been carrying water from caves, building irrigation canals, and stringing together long lines of hoses to water their fields. They have been using greenhouses for their strawberries for years and look like they will survive the drought.

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  • Luke Everett

    Luke Everett gave props (1 Apr 2010):

    I love this shot....reminds me of a time when I walked an old railroad track that led to the back of my childhood neighborhood.....Great shot!

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