Free Range Country Life

The Free Range Egg Producers

In the meantime on the farm

Since we live in Napier (Western Cape, South Africa) I’ve been picturing the surrounding landscapes during the past 17 months. Never lived in a place where I experienced continuously changing sky colors/temperatures on such a fast track; sometimes I’ve only seconds to shoot the right image and often I’m too late … The influence of …

No, not tonight

Two portraits of a free range chicken.  

Free Range Breakfast in Stanford, South Africa

(as fresh as fresh can be)

Free Range curiosity

Outstanding

Not always easy to picture guinea-pigs; especially the free range ones. The first one was rather curious and sweeping his nose in front of the lens (16mm wide angle) and the second one just came back from a truffle (?) hunt in the mud. (See also yesterday’s posting).  

Free Rangers

At the Good Luck Farm just outside our village one can imagine true free range livestock; from chickens and ducks to guinea-pigs. The ‘farm products’ end up on your plate in a local restaurant but than we know it’s good!

Skin care the ecological way

Beef it up South Africa

  The South African meat industry promotes its products with the slogan “Beef it up South Africa”. Well …. here is our contribution from Stanford, Western Cape.. The mainframe picture is that of Stanford’s main Victoria Street taken from the cross with Moore Street. The cows are true free range ones from the nearby farmers/farmworkers …