Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Beimen salt farms 北門鹽田

Some composition practice at Beimen, Tainan, Taiwan. These are salt farms that were abandoned by the industry in 2002, and then revived for tourism two years later. I jumped into it and raked, piled and carried salt. A fun activity for kids and grownups alike.

Sorry for the absence. Been manning the night shift, filming and writing (for work) almost nonstop in the past few weeks. I really need a holiday, but no time for that right now either! However I am managing to slip in a few minutes here and there to peek at my Google+. Search me out! Michella Jade Weng is the name.


lin said...

Those salt farms look rather fancy/upscale compared to the ones I saw recently in Thailand.

The Dead Cockroach said...

Wow, I love the pictures! May I know what camera are you using?

翁郁容 Michella Jade Weng ミシェラ・オング said...

Lin: what did the ones in Thailand look like?
Cockroach: Thanks! These pictures were taken with a Canon Kiss X3 and a 17-55mm f/2.8 EF-S lens. The only post production work I did was dial up the exposure a little bit.

Bryan said...


Glad to see you back. Always enjoy reading about the interesting places you are covering/visiting.


翁郁容 Michella Jade Weng ミシェラ・オング said...

Thank you, Bryan!