Krui Pade

in #photocircle3 years ago

A traditional technique for separating paddy seeds containing rice and does not contain. Techniques that rely on natural aids from the wind. Usually done by women, we call this work are krui pade.

Paddy that contains rice has a weight, while paddy that does not contain is easily blown by the wind because it has no weight or light load.

The wind will separate the both when poured from the pouring container. The pouring used is situek (Acehnese) that is the midrib of dried areca palm leaves.

CameraCanon EOS 6D
LensCanon EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
LocationIndrapuri, Aceh Besar
Photograph by@vannour



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wow, great post friends, i often do that, because i live in a rural area so dont add to me, keep on, have good days friends

I think, traditional technique is very good.. Dan akan memberikan hasil yang lebih bagus Juga 😀😀😀

Nice pict, you can capture every single activity

i feel this photo is very bereh, or top markotop + bertus.

You are the best

Foto yang sangat terinspirasi saudara

Touching photos @vannour. I believe this technique hs been more generations around than we can think of, with many variations throughout the world.

Great colors and a great story in the picture. You get a feeling for this woman and you took a great picture of her and at the same time show the method well.

Can I ask how many kilograms of rice do they process per day?
Probably there are some automatic devices for this work ...