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Asia bullfrog, is a large species of frog found in Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Nepal.

Asia bullfrog, is a large species of frog found in Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Nepal.

Terrace Farming

Terrace Farming

Asian Landscapes And People By Weerapong Chaipuck

Rice Farming - Photographer Weerapong Chaipuck

Chocolade Hills

Chocolade Hills

terrace farming

terrace farming

Rishikesh, located in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, is known as the “yoga capital of the world”.  Peter McBride

Rishikesh, located in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, is known as the “yoga capital of the world”.  Peter McBride

Winding River Valley

Winding River Valley

Loy Krathong is a festival celebrated annually in Thailand. 
On the full moon night, people launch their Krathongs over water to thank to the Goddess of water (Khongkha or Ganga) and put away sins and bad luck.

Loy Krathong is a festival celebrated annually in Thailand.

On the full moon night, people launch their Krathongs over water to thank to the Goddess of water (Khongkha or Ganga) and put away sins and bad luck.

A vendor sells traditional food at a local market in Kabul, Jan. 7, 2013. (Omar Sobhani/Reuter)

A vendor sells traditional food at a local market in Kabul, Jan. 7, 2013. (Omar Sobhani/Reuter)

Afghan burqa clad women look in a store in Herat, Jan. 8 ,2013. Over a third of Afghans are living in abject poverty. (Aref Karimi/AFP/Getty Images)

Afghan burqa clad women look in a store in Herat, Jan. 8 ,2013. Over a third of Afghans are living in abject poverty. (Aref Karimi/AFP/Getty Images)

New Delhi, India - Soldiers practice marching for the Republic Day parade  Photograph: Daniel Berehulak  - Getty Images
HH:  These are some serious high-steppers -  That would be a difficult marching step! And that reinforced metal heel looks like a tiny horse shoe.

New Delhi, India - Soldiers practice marching for the Republic Day parade  Photograph: Daniel Berehulak  - Getty Images

HH:  These are some serious high-steppers -  That would be a difficult marching step! And that reinforced metal heel looks like a tiny horse shoe.

Toda People of Southern India ..circa 1890

Photo taken circa 1890 , featuring Toda people and their huts .The Toda are a small pastural community , who live on the isolated Nilgiri Plateau of Southern India .www.throughtheireyes2.co.uk
Wikipedia)

Toda People of Southern India ..circa 1890

Photo taken circa 1890 , featuring Toda people and their huts .
The Toda are a small pastural community , who live on the isolated Nilgiri Plateau of Southern India .
www.throughtheireyes2.co.uk

English: Hut of Toda tribe (Nilgiris, India) F...
Wikipedia)

STILT FISHERMEN

Iconic scenes your bound to see in Sri Lanka is stilt fishing.

An old tradition around Sri Lanka, stilt fishing had disappeared after the devastating tsunami that hit the country and other parts of the Indian Ocean, but soon the people returned to their customs, and now you can spot them sitting on their uncomfortable stilts, hoping to catch something.

FIREFLYS - Photo: Tsuneaki Hiramatsu
Tsuneaki Hiramatsu knew something was up. It was the end of December and his amateur photo bloghad suddenly jumped from a handful of visitors a day to thousands. The telephone customer service agent and hobby photographer was surprised.
“I was like, what happened?!” says the 35-year-old Hiramatsu, who lives in Okayama City, Japan.
What happened was that Hiramatsu’s long exposure and time-lapse photos of Japanese fireflies had started to go viral. Someone, somewhere, had re-posted his photos and they were spreading across the blogosphere like wildfire.

FIREFLYS - Photo: Tsuneaki Hiramatsu

Tsuneaki Hiramatsu knew something was up. It was the end of December and his amateur photo bloghad suddenly jumped from a handful of visitors a day to thousands. The telephone customer service agent and hobby photographer was surprised.

“I was like, what happened?!” says the 35-year-old Hiramatsu, who lives in Okayama City, Japan.

What happened was that Hiramatsu’s long exposure and time-lapse photos of Japanese fireflies had started to go viral. Someone, somewhere, had re-posted his photos and they were spreading across the blogosphere like wildfire.