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I never wanted to be your whole life. Just your favorite part. :>

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I never wanted to be your whole life. Just your favorite part. :>

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Sometimes it takes a good fall to really know where you stand. :>

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Sometimes it takes a good fall to really know where you stand. :>

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Before it’s too late: the world’s most endangered sights
Rice terraces, Cordilleras, Philippines
Rice farming defines Asian civilisation and the terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras, on the northern island of Luzon, are a 2000-year-old icon of agricultural heritage. Known as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, the  man-made terraces cling to impossibly steep valleys and meld seamlessly with nature’s verdant backdrop. Symbolic of sacred folklore and ingenuity, many terraces are now neglected as the modern world lures young farmers to the city, and the site is ill-equipped for large numbers of visitors. 
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Before it’s too late: the world’s most endangered sights

Rice terraces, Cordilleras, Philippines

Rice farming defines Asian civilisation and the terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras, on the northern island of Luzon, are a 2000-year-old icon of agricultural heritage. Known as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, the  man-made terraces cling to impossibly steep valleys and meld seamlessly with nature’s verdant backdrop. Symbolic of sacred folklore and ingenuity, many terraces are now neglected as the modern world lures young farmers to the city, and the site is ill-equipped for large numbers of visitors. 

via lonelyplanet. photo by Noboru Komine