Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Travel Photo: Rice Hanging Out to Dry
It's the time of year when all the fences in Igei, will become rice drying racks.
This morning, as we were driving south on HWY 329, is the first time I noticed.
One of my favorite places to go with the cameras is this small village, to see the rice crop.
Before long, there will be tons of the harvest, lining the roads in every direction, you look.
Early morning and, late afternoon, are the best times for photos but, we were in a hurry.
On a mission with, Click Okinawa Dude, there wasn't time to stay very long.
And, a trip to the southern ends of the island, kept us on the road until after sundown.
As long as typhoons stay away, I'll have plenty of chances to visit with the wide angle lenses.
Heck, it's just a few miles away and, I can walk down there to get some more photos.
Camera: Pentax K3
Lens: Pentax 18-250 at 32mm
Exposure: f/16 1/160 ISO 200
Location: HWY 329, Igei, Kin Town, Okinawa, Japan
Date and Time: NOV 3 2015 10:18AM