Tag: Agricultural Photographer

Danroc Macadamia Nursery growing with Ellepot

My recent photography tour of a number of nursery’s that have embraced the Ellepot propagation system included Danroc, a state of the art nursery and leading Macadamia nut farm in the White River area.

Sappi’s Ngodwana nursery embracing Ellepot

This was a scorcher of a day! 42 degrees in White River and spending most of that time in tunnels photographing Ellepot seedlings being planted and grown at the Sappi’s Ngodwana Nursery … a day’s sauna session and some steamed up lenses to say the least! But what an impressive

Dairy photo Gallery of Rockfontein Farm

I have visited many farms. With each farm I visit, I often get to observe where the priorities are of the farmer other than the running of a farm. With Rockfontein farm, I immediately noticed the staff and the atmosphere on the farm. It’s a happy place here.

Sutherland Seedlings East London using Ellepot to plant Avo Seedlings

This year I have been visiting various nurseries around South Africa that have embraced the Ellepot planting system. First stop was Sutherland Seedlings in East London who specialize in Avo’s. Lianne Ashton Photography ¬©2021

Farm Photography; Dipping Cattle

It’s been a while since I did this shoot, completely unexpected and not planned. I met these farmers on an Eastern Cape agricultural road trip by chance and was invited to their remote farm in the Amathole mountains to document a day of dipping. It’s turned out to be one

enroute home via rhodes and naudes nek

I’ve just been on an agricultural shoot to East London for Ellepot. It made perfect sense to take the long way home, passed Rhodes village in the Eastern Cape Drakensberg, via Naude’s Nek and back to KZN. This place pulls me back. I feel most at peace here. There is

A snowy day on an Ixopo farm

Lianne Ashton Photography©2021

Piet, maize and a pitbull

I love my shoots through Pannar Seed, mostly because it’s a doorway into another whole world…and this time, it was into the Vrystaat! I have to be very honest here. I am born and bred in KwaZulu-Natal and my Afrikaans is appalling! Dismal. Laughable and maybe even insulting to some!

The Flying Swans supporting emerging citrus farmers in Tzaneen

The Flying Swans are a Dutch initiative to help Dutch corporations succeed in developing markets in Africa. Recently I was commissioned by the The Flying Swans to capture their initiative to support emerging citrus farmers in the Tzaneen area. Their support focuses on emerging farmers meeting the quality criteria for

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