The past few weeks have been crazy, visiting many places and people to photograph for various occasions and clients. On thursday I crossed the city on a 25 meter high Manitou Telescopic Loader. Twelve hours later my feet where firmly rooted in the ground. That’s where this story happens. There are those moments where you have a only a small briefing for a few pictures, but the assignment leads itself to a lot more.
So, friday morning. In assignment for De Nette Krant / Limburg.net by communication firm RCA I was to photograph CSA Hoeve Het Blokhuis. For the city-folks among you, that’s Community-supported agriculture. The first real spring day of the year, surrounded by nature and fields, I really was glad to be a photographer and be out there when I could. The location and the people really gave meaning to the word ‘hospitality’, as they gladly helped, posed and told about their passion.
The quote of the day: “Farming really is Rock and Roll”.
Here are some of my favourites of the day. All of these are shot on a D800 with 70-200.
(7 Shot vertical Brenizer, Softboxed flash on left).
And to finish, some Behind The Scenes snaps!