For the photography class I am taking with the Cleveland Photographic Society this fall, there are 2 field trips planned to practice the techniques and skills we learn on-site with instructors. Our first trip was to Hinckley Farm early this morning.
As an 80-acre working farm, they had a small vineyard with concord grapes that had the prettiest water drops on them. With the rolling landscapes and a bounty of trees, I almost wish we would have waited 2-3 weeks to visit and we would have had a full autumn color palette to shoot. There were plenty of plants and landscape shooting opportunities and I tried to find mosses, trees and other compositions that caught my interest. I loved the rustic feel of the farm, with the peeling paint, rusty metals and plenty of textures.
I am very much looking forward to the second field trip to continue practicing what I learn!