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Grand picture shows up in rice fields in Gansu

Aerial photo taken in the middle of July shows a giant picture in the rice field in Wujiang Town, Zhangye, northern China's Gansu Province. (Photo/ Zheng Wang)

Dubbed "the water town in Gobi Desert," the Wujiang Town mainly develops rice cultivation. This rice art landscape, which takes advantage of the local water resources and the planting of unique Gongmi, accounts for a total of 1,200 mu (80 hectares).

Aerial photo taken in the middle of July shows a giant picture in the rice field in Wujiang Town, Zhangye, northern China's Gansu Province. (Photo/ Chen Xian)

Aerial photo taken in the middle of July shows a giant picture in the rice field in Wujiang Town, Zhangye, northern China's Gansu Province. (Photo/ Zheng Wang)

Aerial photo taken in the middle of July shows a giant picture in the rice field in Wujiang Town, Zhangye, northern China's Gansu Province. (Photo/ Zheng Wang)

Aerial photo taken in the middle of July shows a giant picture in the rice field in Wujiang Town, Zhangye, northern China's Gansu Province. (Photo/ Chen Xian)

Aerial photo taken in the middle of July shows a giant picture in the rice field in Wujiang Town, Zhangye, northern China's Gansu Province. (Photo/ Chen Xian)

Dubbed "the water town in Gobi Desert," the Wujiang Town mainly develops rice cultivation. This rice art landscape, which takes advantage of the local water resources and the planting of unique Gongmi, accounts for a total of 1,200 mu (80 hectares).

[ Editor: WPY ]