In the eye of the beholder

The Artisan Farmer’s Woosters Lane, by Andreas Tychon.

Frost? Heat? Neither.

The passing of seasons is often taken for granted, as the changes occur over a period time that we are constantly adapting to. So I was taken aback to find these photographs by local Diamond Beach photographer Andreas Tychon showcasing The Artisan Farmer‘s paddocks were taken at the same using different effects, including the use of infrared. Thanks so much for sending them to us Andreas – love your comment : “The Nabiac locale is great for this type of photography, lots of trees and grassy expanses as well as mountains and hills.”

Indeed, Nabiac may be a small village on the Mid North Coast, but we consider it the centre of the universe, with a bit of everything!

The effect of frost at The Artisan Farmer. Photographs by Andreas Tychon.

Doyle’s Dream

 

A farmer has to be pretty passionate about the paddock to plate concept to step out of their field and put words into action. Of course, Peter Doyle is no stranger to the gourmet ideal, having bred his Wagyu and heritage pigs not just for market, but for his own family’s consumption. Continue reading “Doyle’s Dream”

Park It Here

As someone who used to live, drive and park in Sydney, I fully appreciate all efforts to think ahead when it comes to car parking. So here’s a quick homage and clap for The Artisan Farmer‘s recent earthworks on Woosters Lane – a precursor to the car, trailer and bus car park not to mention The Artisan Farmer itself – to follow.