I have to admit that I was a little disappointed by the place. Partly because the bridge seemed poorly maintained when I went there in May 2022 (but maybe that's due to the 2 years of COVID) and partly because I wasn't blown away by the landscape it offers. However, I believe that when the rice is transplanted and during the following weeks, when the sky is reflected in the water of the rice fields, it remains a photogenic place, especially at sunrise and sunset when the light is grazing. At the beginning of May, when I was there, the rice was not far from being harvested, it was clearly not the best time to come. I think there are 2 harvests per year but vcan not tell you exactly which is the best month to come.