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Baby ballerina's

Hiding somewhere in the corner

Where the shadow wraps around her

And our torches cannot find her

She will stay there till the morning

Crawl behind us as we are yawning

And she will leave our game

To never be the same

 

So grow tall sugarcane

Eat that soil, drink the rain

But know they'll chase you if you play their little games

So run, run fast sugarcane

 

You see my peep-show booth is handy

There's a one-way-only mirror

So I can dance here with my hair down

But I don't see if you get bitter

And there's a button right beside me

If I happen to want a wall to hide me

If only the ballerina had one too

 

So grow tall sugarcane

Eat that soil, drink the rain

But know they'll chase you if you play their little game

So run, run fast sugar cane

Yeah you better run, run fast sugarcane

 

And she said always be afraid

Yeah you should always be afraid...

 

To grow tall sugarcane

Eat that soil, drink the rain

But know they'll chase you if you play their little game

So run, run fast sugar cane

Yeah you better run, run fast sugarcane

Ready for planting - Norwell - Gold Coast - Queensland.

 

Texture thanks to Takenawho.

Pinnacle, Queensland, Australia

Bundaberg Queensland Australia

Sugar Cane truck fully loaded and ready to go to the Mill. Negros, Philippines.

Another from a little roadtrip yesterday out around the cane fields around the Ingham area in far North Qld. Have never been quick enough to capture this as mostly nowhere to pull over.

USSC #311 pulls a cut of sugar cane hoppers out of Moore Haven, Florida as the sun sets below the horizon on a warm December evening. Hard to believe it was 70 degrees here.

 

USSC #311 is a former Illinois Central rebuild, and still retains its Nathan P5

 

This train would end my day along the US Sugar Corp., as well as a successful week around Florida.

Mèo Vạc, Vietnam, 2002 - Leica M7, Summicron 90, Kodak Tri-X

Portrait of a Black Hmong kid in a mountainous market

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After my recent sugar cane plantation that I built in LDD I wanted to see what the cane plants looked like in physical bricks. Here they are. Plant pieces are fromAlt Bricks.

B l o g

 

AZOURY Mical Helmet with Red jewel (Coming Soon)

[LCKY] Rain // Crying

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Threaded Cigarette Holder RARE

Leather Necklace

Bracelet #1/ studs

Bracelet #1

Bracelet #2

Bracelet #3

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Have a nice evening

Ruins of a very old cane press on the island of St Lucia

Ruins of a very old cane press on the island of St Lucia

A post shower rainbow over the Sugar Cane fields along Miami Canal Road.

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Sugar Cane is a hot favourite purchase for the surrounding villagers of Pushkar after their pilgrimage & puja in the town's holy lake during Mela time a homeward bound treat - 12/11/2019

 

Nikon D750

 

ƒ/9.0

 

50.0 mm

 

1/320 @ ISO1600

 

Flash (off, did not fire)

The second runner up of the trip and sums up everything cool about the SCFE cane trains. US Sugar 311 wastes no time as it flies east across a dual rail-road bridge over Miami Canal with an empty cane train on the branch from Clewiston to Belle Glade. We had scouted out this location the day before and it only dawned at us at the last minute that this train would cross the bridge and made it here with seconds to spare.

Once a year as part of the Childers Festival the local sugar mill runs a tour covering the whole cycle of producing sugar. The highlight being a cane fire a practice not often used these days.

Once a year as part of the Childers Festival the local sugar mill runs a tour covering the whole cycle of producing sugar. The highlight being a cane fire a practice not often used these days.

Central Coloso, also known as Coloso Sugar Cane Refinery, was a long-running sugarcane refinery in Aguada, Puerto Rico. The refinery was established in late 19th century becoming one of the biggest sugar emporiums in the island. It remained operational until 2003 becoming the last sugarcane refinery to cease operations in the island. Aguada, Puerto Rico

Storm is brewing...

South of Cairns, QLD - Australia. From the archive.

Explored.

 

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Cairns,northern Queensland,Australia

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Not in Yorkshire anymore. This is the tracks of a sugar cane train line up in Far North Queensland

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STRIPED CANDY CANES.

 

In its early form, the candy cane began as a simple white stick of sugar for children to eat - there was no "cane" shape or stripes to speak of.

While it is uncertain where the first canes originated, it is clear that by the mid-17th century, if not earlier, its use had already become widespread across Europe.

 

The distinctive "hook" shape associated with candy canes is traditionally credited to a choirmaster at Cologne Cathedral in Germany, who, legend has it, in 1670 bent straight candy sticks into canes to represent a shepherd's crook, and gave them to children at church services.

 

It is also possible that, as people decorated their Yule trees with food, the bent candy cane was invented as a functional solution.

  

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