We love this photo of Gordie Gallup at Silver Queen, his farm in Trumansburg, almost as much as we love his potatoes, but we only had space for one image in the article from our January/February edition in 2020. Photo by Heather Ainsworth.
We don’t know why we didn’t include this gorgeous photo in the article about the new Park Inn in Hammondsport in our Sept/Oct edition but it sure looks delicious and we’re happy we can share it here! Photo by Lyndsi Stoltzus.
This photo was taken on a windy day at Rememberance Farms and we love how Nathaniel and Petra still test the dulcinea carrots for quality control. This shoot was for the feature in our Sept/Oct edition. Photo by Heather Ainsworth.
This photo was taken at Bottomland Farm during a shoot for the Notes from the Farm article for our Sept/Oct edition. The article is about raising rabbits, so obviously we couldn’t use this image, but it is such a beautiful photo we had to put it somewhere. Photo by Chelsea Fausel.
One of the challenges about working in print is that you always have plenty of amazing photos but never enough pages to print them all. It’s an emotional experience having to leave great images from Finger Lakes photographers on the cutting room floor. So we’re excited to launch this new column, FLX Foodie Photo of the Week, where we can include some of these awesome pictures that didn’t make it into the magazine.
But we would love to make this a community-driven column. We are inviting professional photographers from around the region to share their images with us as well. Maybe they are outtakes from an assignment, maybe they were just amazing images that didn’t quite fit a story, or they could have been something you just witnessed and wanted to share.
If you want to share a photo to be considered for our Photo of the Week column, please send them to us at email@example.com. Include a description of the photo, what the process of taking it was, what the story behind the photo is, what equipment you used and any other details that you think our readers would like. Make sure the photo is about food, farm, wine, and the people behind the products of our food shed. We’re excited to see your shots and share them.