The rice fields on the outskirts of Hanoi are ripe and golden waiting to be harvested, making many people passing by here amazed by the idyllic beauty.
At the end of May and the beginning of June, under the scorching heat of summer, farmers in Hoai Duc, Chuong My, Quoc Oai districts… in the suburbs of Hanoi are busy preparing to harvest rice.
Rice fields in Thuy Khue village (Sai Son commune, Quoc Oai district, Hanoi) are ripe for harvest Wing Paddy field Thuy Khue village (Sai Son commune, Quoc Oai district, Hanoi city) has matured. Coming here in the afternoon, people can admire the bright yellow sunshine on the stretching rice fields, fragrant with the aroma of ripe rice. The rice fields stretch as far as the eye can see, the limestone mountains undulating on the horizon create an impressive scene. On two rows of trees along the path through the fields, in the afternoon the golden rays of sunlight crept through the foliage. Here, some rice fields have been harvested earlier, the farmers are bringing back straw The afternoon smoke blends with the surrounding scenery, making many people come here to be surprised by the idyllic beauty The golden rice fields mixed with the afternoon sun create a beautiful picture Take straw after harvesting rice, can feed buffaloes, cows or burn… Some people here don’t take the straw back and burn it in the field When all the straw is burned, the farmers will let the land rest until the next season mùa Despite the hard work, the bright smiles of the farmers in the suburbs of Hanoi during the ripe rice season are peaceful. Many people in the countryside take advantage of cycling to exercise and look at the ripe and golden rice fields in the afternoon sun Currently, the rice fields are gradually shrinking, instead of industrial zones, high-rise buildings or other crops “The buffalo is the head of the business” – a familiar image of a Vietnamese village People return home after a hard day’s work