We were driving along in a very fertile part of the Shan State in Myanmar, when I spotted some men bringing in their harvest of cauliflower.
In the three days we were in the area, we never saw people using a tractor to work the land (plowing, harvesting, moving the harvest, etc.), so all of the work is done by people and oxen, and in this place the men were doing just that.
Naturally, we stopped to make some photos.
The men were curious that a Westerner would stop by to see what they were doing, and seemed very happy to let me make some photos.
So, here's a glimpse of very nice cauliflower harvesters on the other side of the world.