Longhorn Love

When I first started photography, I solely focused on the agriculture industry. Partly because it was my major and all of our assignments incorporated agriculture in some way, but also because it was/is a passion of mine. 

I showed hogs through my glory 4-H and FFA days and therefore wanted to be a livestock show photographer for most of my college days. It wasn't until I was unemployed after graduation that I started "human" photography, which has now evolved to all genres of photography. 

When I lived in my hometown, I would drive around taking pictures of all the cute things! I think everyone got pretty used to seeing a silver Jeep driving aimlessly through the country... including the county deputies. ha

I don't get to shoot livestock as much as I would like too now days, but when I see a longhorn or a cute calf-- I just cant help myself. Thankfully my chauffeurs (aka my husband and my brother) know just what to do when I say "wait a minute!" 

The weather is suppose to be nice this weekend and there are some cute Charolais babies in our back pasture that are literally calling my name. There is also a dude down the road that looks fairly photogenic.

Here are a few of my favorite longhorn shots with their own stories! 

My brother found this girl just down the road from my parents house. Zac and I would randomly drive around some weekends looking for fun things to photograph. It was just about dusk when we stopped at this field and it just so happened that the sunset was casting just enough blues and pinks and then she posed just perfectly!

My brother found this girl just down the road from my parents house. Zac and I would randomly drive around some weekends looking for fun things to photograph. It was just about dusk when we stopped at this field and it just so happened that the sunset was casting just enough blues and pinks and then she posed just perfectly!

This picture is actually from a couple of years ago. He was also in the same pasture as the girl in the photo above. He was nosey. I was literally standing in an open field about 30 feet away from him trying to get a picture of him because he just kept coming closer. So sweet!

This picture is actually from a couple of years ago. He was also in the same pasture as the girl in the photo above. He was nosey. I was literally standing in an open field about 30 feet away from him trying to get a picture of him because he just kept coming closer. So sweet!

And, here the guy from above in a more recent photo. I took this on the same night that I took the first picture. Such a beauty!

And, here the guy from above in a more recent photo. I took this on the same night that I took the first picture. Such a beauty!

I found this guy standing in a random pasture west of Minco all by his lonesome. Not a friend in sight. He was posed perfectly. I stopped quickly and ran to the fence to get his photo. This was one of those times the sheriff's deputy stopped to see what the heck I was doing! I explained and he said "carry-on, young lady!"

I found this guy standing in a random pasture west of Minco all by his lonesome. Not a friend in sight. He was posed perfectly. I stopped quickly and ran to the fence to get his photo. This was one of those times the sheriff's deputy stopped to see what the heck I was doing! I explained and he said "carry-on, young lady!"

Same story as above. He was just trying to show off his horns!

Same story as above. He was just trying to show off his horns!

Nice horns, bro!

Nice horns, bro!

**I also have prints of these images for sale. Please email brenna@bdavisphotography.com for more information. Thank you!**