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Posts tagged Lori Eanes photography

Last August I got sent to a ranch! Aspen Meadows Pack Station at Pinecrest has about 100 horses and they will take you out horseback riding, fishing, or to your backpack camp in Emigrant Wilderness. The ranch is family run and most of the cowboys and cowgirls have worked there for years. They’re the nicest people you’d hope to meet and visiting them is like stepping back in time. They eat together, bunk together and there’s no internet! So much fun and such a beautiful place; definitely book an adventure with them this summer.

I had to laugh when I saw this opener I shot for Carquinez Magazine’s garden section. Carquinez Magazine is new and it’s smart and funny; the gardening section is full of tips; humorous and helpful. The story that I photographed is about Rachel and Tom Ferguson. I met them a few years ago when they went an entire year without shopping at a big box grocery store, surviving only on their own homegrown food supplemented by the local farmers market. Now they have started selling their own vegetable starts and native plants grown specifically for the microclimate of Vallejo. They’ve become very popular. Check out Carquinez Magazine here and Grow A Pear Nursery here

I’m excited to have my short video Alemany Farm selected for the eighth annual Festival of the Moving Image. The November 28th show highlights emerging talent from CCSF cinema, broadcast and visual media departments. Festival of the Moving Image 11/28/2018 6:30 pm at the Roxie Theatre 3117 16th Street, San Francisco.

Alemany Farm ©2018 by Lori Eanes