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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

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Oktay Ortakcioglu
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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.
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