Life is hard, and work is much harder. When you return back to the apartment, in China ,it's very common you have to live in the apartment because the working place is far away from the home, you feel your spine being extracted. Why?Maybe the work you don't like and it just is a living method.Maybe the working day you fighting with other function because there being so much stupid complaint.Maybe the VIP customer released a serious complaint and you have worked more than 24hrs without any... continue reading
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So I have lived in Oregon for about 8 years and always heard about the Tulip Festival. This year I finally got make it and it was as just as beautiful as you could imagine. I have never seen so many different colors of tulips in my life. They had 3 hot-airedballoons for rides, a small train for kids and even a steam engine for the adults to get on and moves back and forth through the fields.While I was there, the one thing I noticed was all the folks taking pictures using the flowers are... continue reading
If you ask anyone that lives or grew up near a farm they would mostly tell you that life on a farm can be rough and can be grueling, waking up early everyday to feed the animals and cleaning the pins they live in is just to start the day, followed by hopping in the tractor plowing the fields or harvesting "depending on the time of year" and usually ending at sunset where if your lucky might be able to kick back and have a beer, then of course its waking up in the morning and doing it all... continue reading
For urban dweller trip to the countryside is a great way to spend a weekend, walk in nature and take pictures. Especially beautiful in summer - green fields and meadows, rural landscape and various farm animals. From a distance, have noticed meadow with wild flowers and charming baby piglets with a large pig. Away near the forest grazing cow and few horses with foals. We saw a herd of goats on the road, I did not have time to shoot, but one goat was left in the forest and willingly... continue reading
One of the most important keys to getting good photos of farm animals is understanding the animal you're working with and knowing its environment.The following photo was originally taken for an assignment demonstrating ways to use up produce that would otherwise be wasted. We regularly feed vegetable scraps to our pigs and chickens which is a great use for something that might otherwise get thrown away.I decided I wanted to use the pigs for this photo and then planned accordingly. I chose... continue reading
Farms are seen as a dirty place, but through the lens of a camera so much beauty can be captured. As a farmer by day and a photographer by night one thing I can ensure you is that you should be prepared at all times. Prepare yourself and your equipment for dirt and dust, wear old clothes such as "dirty jeans" because for some shots you may need to kneel down in mud,grass etc. Transporting equipment is another issue I have faced and learned that the key is to keep the lens cap on at all times to protect... continue reading
Now this one I came by completely by accident and then later I found out I wasn't the only one to see the photographic possibilities of this beautiful landscape known as Sleepy Hollow Farm.Driving around the Woodstock Vermont area last summer, stopping to take a picture of this stunning flag draped cow barn:I noticed the road called "Cloudland Road". Who could pass up the promise of such a road?I remember living on Mount Desert Island and how my fellow islander Martha Stewart called... continue reading
When last wrote about my trip to the famous Jenne Farm in Reading, Vermont, I was there to capture a bit of the Autumn leaves and fine fall foliage among a backdrop of rolling hills and pastures accented with bright red painted farm buildings.Jenne Farm is indeed a iconic, scenic location complete with donation box which highlights its popularity among photographers seeking to capture a classic image of rural landscape.As may know from my previous post about the farm and surround area, I... continue reading
Quick! Think about Vermont!Do you have an image in your mind?Is it of rolling hills and a red barn?Chances are the image in your mind is of the Jenne Farm in Reading, Vermont.The Jenne Farm is considered one of the most photographed spots in all of Vermont and perhaps the most photographed farm in the world.Think of it as a rural "Kodak Picture Spot" except without the Kodak-sponsored sign.Instead the Jenne Farm has a home made donation box.It is said that at dawn during... continue reading
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