Fresh fruit is plentiful in season, but despite the tropical environs, fresh vegetables are often hard to come by.
Below, a young boy wades into the greasy-gray waters of Marikina River to gather kangkong for the family meal. Kangkong is a spinich-like vegetable used in several Filipino dishes that, depending upon where it is harvests offers an excellent source of vitamin C, iron and by times an assortment of heavy metals.
Exposure Triangle: ISO
In this 3-part series, we look at manual camera settings for correct image exposure. The Exposure Triangle shows the connection between three essential camera controls:
Now that will put hair on your chest, Popeye!
Glad to hear that everyone is continuing to have rewarding and safe travels!
kangkong is very nice especially when cooked like adobo. i just don’t eat it when i’m in manila… 🙂