I took this picture of my grandfather while visiting family in France one summer when I was sixteen. He passed away four months ago. A series of events led to him being a somewhat unpleasant and unhappy man, though he was always able to set his issues aside to goof off with his grandchildren whenever we would visit from Canada. I’m sure that not everyone in the family remembers him fondly, however this picture is how I’ll always remember him.
The Tate Modern
18-year-old cattle drover in the outback of Queensland. He and three other drovers were in charge of moving 600 cattle by foot for hundreds of kilometers over the course of several weeks with only a few horses, a caravan, and a dozen dogs. Once they arrived at the cattle station, they would then be paid for each cow that made the journey. #35mm (at Muttaburra, Queensland)
Spot the @_meat_ 🍣
Just when I thought I was done taking pictures of this guy…