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|In the old days, carabaos (water buffalos) were used by farmers to plow their fields prior to planting. Today, tractor machines such as this one are mainly used instead. Aside from plowing the rice field, these machines are also used as a means of transportation by attaching a trailer and are called "kuliglig".|
This is one of the tractor machines owned by my father-in-law, which was bought years ago and is still being used to this day. Incidentally, its position here is where a carabao, also owned by my father-in-law, is kept during the night. the cracked soil is dried-up mud because it hasn't rained for a few days now.
PP: Sharpening, contrast adjustment, brightness setting, cropped distracting elements, then converted to B&W.
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