A few of us haven’t done a photowalk in a while so I thought it was a good idea to get together with the mirrorless team again today to take some pictures while the weather was on our side.
I didn’t exactly know what time we were planning on doing this since the idea kind of came up last night out of whim, but luckily I received a text about forty-five minutes ahead of the meeting time since I had just left the gym when I got the text.
Over some burgers and fries at our local Fuddruckers, we were deliberating on a location for the photowalk (like I said, this was planned all out of whim with no actual plan). The thought occurred to me during our planning that none of them had ever gone to the Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg.
So it was decided.
Apparently there was a strawberry picking event paired with a hay ride, so after each of us paid the $10 fee to walk the premises, we thought, “sure…why not?”
Like how most of these things go, there were a lot of kids with their parents, stuffing their baskets with ripe strawberries (for a fee of course).
There really wasn’t much to do for us since we weren’t interested in picking strawberries, so we rode the hay ride back to the main guest house and decided to explore the rest of the estate on foot.
Below are a mix of between my Sony A7II and the Olympus PEN-F.
A couple with the PEN-F:
Below are some Ninja shots that Chris took of me with his PEN-F (all JPEGs):
Of course, my trust PEN-F + Oly 17mm f/1.8
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