Want proof? I’ll show you a photo!

I realized yesterday that it might be important to capture a ‘working’ photo of myself, to prove that I actually do work with cows, give guest lectures, and enjoy doing ranch work. Only, there’s a problem – I’m always the one behind the camera. That, or working by myself. It’s not that I just want to show off what I do, but these might be important when it comes to publishing some print material or more professional appearances. I mean, sure I can show ya tons of photos of my cattle, horses, and the places I’ve been, but not very many to show me actually working.

I do have a few shots, but they’re not very printable.

Like this one with a foal back in undergrad. This incident was fun finding triplets, but not a very good photo.

This photo made sure to get my good side while tagging a calf.

And my favorite holding this placenta, but again, not very printable.

Then there was a few where I showed others how to perform a necropsy.

And another one of my favorites from the mountains. But not really a photo of me working.

Does anyone else have this problem? Or am I the only one nerd enough to have the only camera in the crowd?

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Ryan Goodman lives in Colorado, is an avid trail and ultrarunner, and works with farmers and ranchers to help them share their stories of agriculture and how food is raised. Connect with Ryan online as @BeefRunner. #TeamBeef.
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