Tag: South African Agricultural photographer

Carisbrooke Valley Citrus Packhouse

I’m on a citrus mission right now! For the last couple of weeks I have been focused on capturing the Ixopo area’s 2022 export citrus being harvested and then sent to the Carisbrooke Valley Citrus pack house to be treated, graded and packed, ready for distribution. Here is my latest

The future is coffee!

This is how your cup of Beavercreek coffee starts out! TNT Nursery on the South Coast, KZN are growing coffee seedlings for Beavercreek Coffee. TNT uses the Ellepot system of planting the coffee beans into Ellepot paper pots, resulting in excellent root mass and root health and a productive coffee

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

2021 Pannar Vrystaat photography tour; Wheat farming and LFC Milling

A few belated photos of my Pannar Vrystaat photography tour earlier this year. Once again I have had the incredible opportunity to do photography for Pannar Seed’s annual catalogue and calendar. This year I toured the Freestate and had the pleasure of photographing some of the best farming estates in

Pannar 2021 shoot in the freestate

One Tree farm – our first stop on a Pannar photo tour of the Pannar Seed farmers in the Freestate! These images are licensed to Pannar Seed. Lianne Ashton is a freelance photographer based in KZN, South Africa. Her clients include large commercial agricultural corporates, NGO’s, small businesses and investment

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!

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