Hundreds of meters of newly dyed, bright red cotton are rolled out to dry in the sun. Aerial photo show unfurling numerous huge stretches of the fabric across green fields in the Narsingdi district of Bangladesh. With some strips of cotton approaching 500 feet long, the workers can cover 100 hectares with the cloth. Once a strip has dried, typically taking four hours. They fold it up and replace it with another, newly dyed stretch.
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