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
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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
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
well.i have joined dt more than one year and the Database exposure is always shows zero there,suddenly i got this message showing on my profile: Database exposure:0.01%,what does this mean and how did i get it then? continue reading
A very good friend of mine that I often go on photo shoots with told me he had heard of a Magical farm in Wisconsin that had very strange animals on it.The story goes that there are places on this farm that a compass will spin in circles and never find north.Where the water bubbles out from the earth not from the ground but from trees.Where at night you can never see any stars, even if the skies are clear.Well who wouldn't be interested in a place like that? When I asked him where... continue reading
In Florida (USA), we have the perfect climate for Alligators, those scaly reptiles with big powerful jaws and long tails-a reptile that has been alive and prospering since the dinosaur age.In a couple cities in Florida, we have Alligator Farms for tourist to visit and see many different alligators.Many folks, upon their first visit to an alligator farm are amazed not only with the alligators but also the diversity of birds.Wading birds frequently have rookeries near alligators, the alligators... continue reading
Best sellers among food images are those of fast food dishes, especially hamburgers and fries that are used on menu boards and in the many articles about the joys AND dangers of fast food. But now there is a movement in the opposite direction called slow food.In 1989 in response to the opening of a McDonald’s at the Spanish Steps in Rome an Italian started the slow food movement. In everyway this trend is the opposite of its cousin at the drive-through.It has grown up in response to both environmental... continue reading
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