In my previous posts, I posted a photo showing the flooded ricefield in one Cambodian province. Apparently, there are areas where the water has subsided a bit. But look at what the rains did to the only only road that links this village to the next.
While the rainy season provides the much-need water for irrigation of crops and domestic consumption, too much of rain also is a bane to farmers, drowning their crops and other sources of livelihood. Such is the life of farmers and villagers in rural areas. While I’m writing this, the sky is getting darker and I can see the rain clouds hovering. Looks like it is going to be a wet, wet afternoon again.
This is my entry to this week’s Our World Tuesday. Click on the logo for more pictures of our world.