Most of the photos on this site are Graeme’s with the odd one from Gillian.
In 2009 I (Graeme) was fortunate to be awarded a Nuffield Scholarship. Keen to capture the experience of 4 months travelling the globe I was inspired to get back into photography.
Since 2009 I’ve had photos published in various places and have developed a significant portfolio of agricultural photographs.
Please enjoy the photos on this site, if you wish to purchase or require images for commercial purposes contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a few from the first few weeks of my Nuffield travels.
You are certainly in a lovely part of the country. I have read all about your dairying operation with interest. You do not mention, however, what happens to the calves that are a by-product of your farm. Can you please let me know what happens to them. I don’t know if you have seen the youtube clip of a calf being killed with a hammer in Chile. If you have, I am sure you will understand why this particular aspect of dairy farming has become a matter of great concern to many of us. Thank you in anticipation
I’ve recently posted a post explaining what happens to our calves. I trust this post helps you understand we don’t see our bull calves as by-products of our farm.
your photos are awesome!