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
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Attended an agricultural show in Botswana and as i was having my camera with me i took a few images which i later uploaded on dreamstime and were all approved. Since joining dreamstime my love for photography has been growing and i feel i'm becoming better and better with each day. continue reading
In my previous post I have mentioned an old house which we - me and my wife - have bought last year, hoping to renovate it into our dream home... Yes - plenty of work for already overloaded couple, but this kind of challenges are somehow extremely satisfying and even thou you lack sleep and your hands are aching from tools, you undertake next challenge just to feel like God, when you sip your well-deserved beer while looking at finished results of your own work...And another of such projects... continue reading
There is a certain calm and peacefulness when visiting farmlands at the golden hour.The last of the birds are leaving the fields, the evening breeze has come up and gently move the wheat as it blows.The canola in full bloom attract a mass of insect activity.The fantastic colours bring happiness to any photo.What I have found most inspiring about these farmland shoots is that no matter how many canola fields you visit, no matter how many times you visit the same area you will always... continue reading
Our family has recently renewed our attempts to improve the quality of food we eat and this includes trying to buy more local food.After watching the documentary "Food, Inc" and learning about modern farming methods (for example the fact that there are only 13 meat processing plants in the entire country now, chickens are breed to be so fat they can't stand up, cows and most livestock and most products on the store shelves are based on government subsidized corn) and my son's First Lego League... continue reading
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