Title: Down on the Farm

Capture Date/Time: January 31 2005 12:55
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 20mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/11 - 1/500 sec
ISO: 400
Flash: None

Hello Everyone! I'm finally back from my vacation in the Philippines. I want to thank Mark Wisniowski and Shane Mielke again for keeping my site active while I was away. It was definitely too short of a stay, since 2 out of the 10 days was spent on an airplane! The next couple days I will be posting some shots that I took during my trip. This first one is a photo taken on my uncle's farm. He grows fruits, vegetables, and raises livestock all for the purpose of feeding ~1000 employees which work for his biotech pharmaceutical plant. Must be nice to work at a place that gives you free lunches everyday :) I hope you enjoy the next couple posts which will be changing things up a bit from my usual urban architectural and cold winter style. Laters!

2 commentsAdd yours

02.04.05/10:52 AM ren said:

now, that's some farm! you can survive in that place with hardly any money. i could even see a fishpond(?), and a boat which could be used to fish on a bigger body of water? that place is cool!

02.06.05/07:25 AM luke winter said:

bwoah thats a shot and a half, looks great this big; its nice how theres not one single element tying everything together but the shot just works