At a local museum for the bakiga tribe in Kabale, the bakiga's is a very hardworking people compared to many others tribe. The area they are living is blessed with a lot of rain, and fruits and vegetables are growing all over. They could just rip from the nature, but they have for centuries build these terraces for agriculture all over the region. And all over the Kisoro and the neighbor district you find these hills with crops, and the small farms and house holdings spread around, with people working around in the fields using their own strength.
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fabianoleite (9581) 2009-05-04 11:40
Wonderful place, I liked the clouds separating the mountains, and the lines of bushes on the mountains. Great view, indeed.
Buin (42350) 2009-05-04 12:25
You show us a really interesting "man-made" landscape and a true proof of effort. This pattern on the hills simply is amazing. I like the composition of your picture which creates a good depth here. A contribution in terms of TE!
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