Just outside of Threeforks, Montana lies a small cattle ranch in a large plane encircled by mountains. Here the Rose family operates their cattle business which is a tireless job. Caring for over 2,000 head of cattle is a full time job with little to no time off. Their day starts before the sun and ends well after twilight.
We worked alongside the family for a day and a half capturing stills and video of the hard work they put in running the ranch. Fortunately for us, shooting in Early November worked well to our advantage because the mud had frozen, making it easy to maneuver around the ranch.
We talk a lot about passion in the arts, but something we find impressive is the passion others have for their life and careers. The Rose family are truly inspiring with their tireless work and commitment to family.
At the end of January we traveled to Montana for vacation. We left behind all the SLR's and lenses and chose to only bring a Fuji x100t along for the week. Using the x100t was a joy in its simplicity and quality. Using it allowed us to focus more on our vacation and not on lenses and gear.