Pick Your Own Cherry ( 03/12/2017 )
摘樱桃精彩一日遊，炎日下各自各精彩， 没拍下很多也拍得不好請别見笑， 寥廖幾張特奉上過過眼瘾。同時萬分感謝大會，给我们有機会分享當天的樂趣，更感到温暖是那能充饑的麵包，大量矿泉水解渴的及時雨。
I am sending back some of the photos that were taken by me on Saturday 03 of December 2016.
On this Saturday, all of us were on-board the bus for a one day trip to Young NSW Cherries' Farm to pick our own cherries with our own labour.
It was a very hot, sweaty and sunny day, just on our arrival at the cherries farm before noon, the temperature was reaching 35 degree C, after hastily finishing our lunch, and we were hurriedly walking towards the cherries' trees with a small size bucket on our hand and started our own cherries picking activities.
As a photographer, whilst busy picking my own cherries, I was aiming my camera for the best shots of the ripen cherries on each individual branches, at the same time I would spend a little bit time taking photos for some elderly members of the Sydney TriDung Alumni who were diligently picking cherries on their trees at that time. One and a half hours later, I was heading back to the waiting bus, I was late in returning, it looked as if everybody was already on-board and I had my own bucket of cherries weighed (around 2.5 kg) and I paid AUD $27 to the farm owner before I got on board the bus. Eventually, I did all these and was on board the bus and it was heading back to Sydney on our return trip. This was my extraordinary first time cherries-picking experience in Sydney, although I am a Sydney resident for a long time.
This article was written by Winston P on Sunday 04 of Dec 2016.