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!
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