Rafael’s Farm revisited on infrared… for a change I guess, I never shot the farm with an infrared filter.
Rafael’s Farm has become one of my favorite places to go, it never failed my expectations after all these years, it feels just as fresh and brand new every time I go there. The greenery around the farm transforms you to another place, where time seems to move slower than the usual, and it’s just one of the perfect places to unwind and relax. Never fails to do so… and it is a must-see must-visit while you are in Tacloban. It’s just a 30-minute drive from the city, and it’s well worth it. Favorite food is the baby back ribs, lemongrass tea and turon for dessert. While you are there, you’ll be rewarded with a relaxing treat to your senses and the cool ambience you’ll just crave to spend a little more time at the farm.
Photographer’s note: Leica M Monochrom, Leica Summicron-M 28mm 2 ASPH, Benro A-300 tripod, IR filter