A day in the life of Tom Kendall

Feeding the chooks and collecting eggs first thing in the morning.
Feeding the chooks and collecting eggs first thing in the morning.

We recently had a photography student named Matt on our property who had chosen us as his project for an assignment at Uni. Matt needed to portray “A day in the life of…” with 15 photos.  He ended up following Tom around the property for 2 days and shot lots of photos in the process (he also did our new head shots, thanks Matt!) I do not know how he would have been able to just find 15 photos, I am having trouble myself minimising the amount of photos I would like to put up here… Anyway, here is the gallery of photos, which tells the story, with captions under each photo. Click on a photo to display in large size and scroll through.

10 Replies to “A day in the life of Tom Kendall”

  1. Thanks Maria! These photos were taken on a day when Tom was not teaching in the classroom, and there were no projects being done at the time. The lifestyle is wonderful, keeping things simple is very enjoyable, and the connection with the land, the animals and the food you eat is extremely fulfilling!

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