Wakeman Town Farm (“WTF”)

Day 118 / 2022 Photo Project365

It was an evening helping the chef set up to teach a cooking class at Wakeman Town Farm, which meant that after the initial prep, I had 30–45 minutes to wander the grounds and take pictures. It was the last week of April in late afternoon a.k.a. the “golden hour” because of the sunlight’s warm yellow-orange tones. It’s just before sunset and my favorite time of day…

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