Tag Archives: Working

Japaness lawnmower man

Camera: NIKON D3SShutter speed: 1/2500sAperture: ƒ/3.5ISO: 200Focal length: 70mmTaken: 5 July, 2011Location:

Evening in Copenhagen

Camera: ILCE-7RM2Shutter speed: 1/30sISO: 3200Taken: 24 May, 2017

The cleaner II

Camera: X-Pro1Shutter speed: 1/1800sAperture: ƒ/1ISO: 200Focal length: 58mmTaken: 11 April, 2016

Working man

One night on my way home from work, I came across these men working on the railroad tracks, I couldn’t stand for the light and darkness interaction, so I tried a few compositions before I ended up with this one, Read more …

The black or the white wire

I’m amazed that this guy actually know what his is doing, or maybe his isn’t. But it sure as hell looks like he is.

Going out fishing

I just want to wish you all a merry merry Christmas. I hope your spending it with you close ones. Today’s photo is from Cambodia, my last week there I was staying in the southern part of the country, close Read more …

Planting rice

Two different photos of Cambodian people working in the rice field. EXIF on the black and white photo EXIF on the color photo

Japanese Food Makers

I guess that this is what you can call a crowed workspace.

Sweeping Monk

Camera: NIKON D800Shutter speed: 1/1000sAperture: ƒ/1.8ISO: 400Focal length: 85mmTaken: 22 July, 2012Location:

Ris Field Worker

Came across this guy work in his rice field. It was on my drive around Japan, back in 2011. I really miss that country.

Mind Your Own Business

A little late posting today, cause we celebrated Christmas today (the 25th, normally you do it on the 24th) , and I sort of ┬álost track of time with all the good food and handing round presents. This is my Read more …

Rubber Plantation Worker

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/160sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 400Focal length: 200mmTaken: 19 July, 2008

Field Work

Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 23 July, 2008

Farmer

This photo is made just outside Chiang Mai. We had hired a taxi driver to take us around the vicinity for a few hours. Some of the things we saw, were these two farmers who were in the process of Read more …