Day 95 of 100, Vejle, Danmark
Spinderihallerne, a repurposed cotton mill, is quite the venue for an office. Fujifilm Nordic’s account manager Ib Thordal has his here, an bright, spacious warehouse-y place filled with eclectic people from all walks of creative life. It has enough open spaces to host, among other things, the Food Photo Festival taking place this weekend.
As mentioned in one of the last posts, Flemming and I did our nomad travel talk in the Fuji corner of this festival. I spoke, among other things, about experiencing Jerod Foster’s Junction Intersession back in 2013. And of course, as it always does, this photo of Mark Kirkpatrick, Llano River Ranch’s manager, pops up:
Mark cuts a legendary figure.
After the talk was done, Facestagram made sure I knew that Jerod was back at Llano River with this year’s students, shooting Mark, right as I was talking about Jerod shooting Mark:
Mark Kirkpatrick, manager of the Llano River Ranch and a long-time friend of the Junction photography Maymester at @texastech, prepares to saddle Drift before rounding up a few head of cattle ahead of next week’s branding. Mark is an outstanding agricultural manager and steward, an extremely respectful and gracious host, and an educator. Many thanks, amigo, for your support over the years! • • Shot with a Fuji X-Pro 2 and an XF 90mm f/2.
My devices are definitely listening to me.
Short of going off the grid, this is me working on giving them good stuff to hear.