A month ago now, or so, Danika and I trotted over to Seabreeze farm on Vashon Island for a day of photography, animals, and stepping in cow poop.
What was the purpose? Just some fun really – to get out, and to shoot some very interesting people, and as luck turns out – some rather interesting animals.
Just a word of warning to any readers who don’t like seeing the butchering of raw meat. Some photos further down this post show a lamb carcass being cut up.
Seabreeze is a local/sustainable/great animal husbandry farm that is really very diverse. Cows, pigs, sheep, chickens, cheese, milk, charcuterie, wine, stock – you name it, they either have it or will make it. They even have a small restaurant that they use to cook up their farm wares, and also a space there for doing custom butchering of meat.
All in all, a completely fascinating place to spend a day, especially with a camera.
What follows is just a few (well, a little more than that) of the thousand odd shots I took that day. You can see more of them on my Flickr site.