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Alright, let's start! You fancy those sporty cars like Ferrari or Lamborghini? Forget them... You like retro style Jaguars or even Mustangs? Forget them too... Because now we are going to get where it all started - to our motherland NATURE! Yes, it's right, Nature is our second mother, so the best way to find the link with it is in the traditional exhibition of Agriculture and Forestry "What You Sow... 200X" (X depends on the year of the exhibition).

Alright, let’s start! You fancy those sporty cars like Ferrari or Lamborghini? Forget them… You like retro style Jaguars or even Mustangs? Forget them too… Because now we are going to get where it all started – to our motherland NATURE! Yes, it’s right, Nature is our second mother, so the best way to find the link with it is in the traditional exhibition of Agriculture and Forestry “What You Sow… 200X” (X depends on the year of the exhibition).

As I would like to talk about the vehicles, I will leave all those agricultural goods behind my back. Let’s speak about the real vehicle – the Tractor. They have big tires with alloy wheels, nice and colorful bodies, lots of extra tuning gadgets (like scythe, plough and even harvester thingies!)… what to look for? First of all try to find tractors with ability to raise people into the air. I found it and it was a huge fun to get up with it (people in the exhibition are very nice, so they let you do everything you want)… The other thing is the Voice of the Tractor – you can’t place it in one line with diesel engines from BMW or Mercedes, because it’s so powerful, that you have to do your best not to shake the camera, if you are shooting a “close-up” portrait of the Tractor. What film to use? As it is always sunny in the field of exhibition, choose ISO200 or even ISO100 (I prefer slides), so that you could get all the colors and the bigness of those huge tractors. So, wait till next spring and come to Lithuania, were you will be able to see what the heck are those Lithuanians driving for real. Then you will get the idea, why our roads are so bumpy and pitted …

http://www.lzuu.lt/mtp/?id=1675

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