Sign in now to view, license and download this image or contact us to see this image without a watermark. Want to embed this image on a non-commercial website or blog? Learn more.
Tea pickers : Stock Photo
At dawn on a foggy spring morning, tea pickers harvesting the first crop of the year which is the most sought after tea of the entire harvest in the Baisha Area of Southern China.

Tea pickers

Credit: 
Oktay Ortakcioglu
Caption:
At dawn on a foggy spring morning, tea pickers harvesting the first crop of the year which is the most sought after tea of the entire harvest in the Baisha Area of Southern China.
pxindpisize
View cart
Creative #:
143172273
Release info:
This image has a signed model and property release. This image is available for commercial use.
License type:
Royalty-freeRoyalty-free pricing is based solely on the size of the product you need, not the specific use. You don't have to pay any additional royalties on a use-by-use basis. Once you license a royalty-free product, you may use it multiple times for multiple projects without paying additional fees. (Pornographic, defamatory, libelous or otherwise unlawful use of any image is, of course, prohibited.) Royalty-free products are designated by an (RF) next to the identification number.
Collection:
Vetta
Tea Pickers Stock Photo 143172273China,Green Tea,Tea Crop,Landscape,Plantation,Tea - Hot Drink,Field,Agriculture,Chinese Culture,Oolong Tea,Horizontal,Chinese Ethnicity,Picking,Cultures,Manual Worker,Springtime,Camellia sinensis,Cutting,In A Row,Teenage Girls,Adult,Asia,Asian Style Conical Hat,Asian and Indian Ethnicities,Color Image,Crop,Cut,Dawn,East Asian Culture,East Asian Ethnicity,Environmental Conservation,Environmental Issues,Females,Fog,Green Color,Headshot,Indigenous Culture,Lush Foliage,Morning,Nature,Outdoors,People,Photography,Pinching,Scenics,Straw Hat,Tea Leaves,Teenager,Terraced Field,Three People,Traditional Clothing,Tranquil Scene,Women,Working,YangshuoPhotographer Collection: Vetta Oktay OrtakciogluAt dawn on a foggy spring morning, tea pickers harvesting the first crop of the year which is the most sought after tea of the entire harvest in the Baisha Area of Southern China.