Wednesday, December 28, 2016
A ham that was cured by Freddie Bryant is seen hanging at Billy D Crouse Auto Brokers where country hams have been sold once a year for generations in Murray, KY. John Bryant shows a country ham while in his father Freddie Bryant's smokehouse in Murray, KY. The Bryant's have been curing hams for three generations. Knives and other tools are seen in Freddie Bryant's smokehouse in Murray, KY. John Bryant pushes a ice pick into a country ham for a smell while in his father Freddie Bryant smokehouse in Murray, KY. Country ham cured by Freddie Bryant is seen after being sliced. Bill Sanders poses for a portrait in his front yard while holding freshly cut country ham cured by Freddie Bryant in Murray, KY.
Posted by Aaron Borton at 6:53 AM
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
I had a lot of fun photographing Sarah Frey, on her farm in Poseyville, Ind., for The New York Times. Frey grows more orange pumpkins than anyone else in the country. You can see the story by Kim Severson here http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/12/dining/pumpkin-farmer-sarah-frey-farms.html
Posted by Aaron Borton at 5:56 PM