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The most sizzling farm photo shoot you’ll ever see!

North West photographer Olebogeng Moshoeu strives to breakdown perceptions about Mzansi farmers through his work

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The khaki getup and veldskoene phenomenon is everywhere – and Mzansi farmers are now capturing their best moments working the land through photo shoots, strutting their stuff in the striking farmers’ uniform.

North West photographer Olebogeng Moshoeu is the man behind the Ojaygraphs group on Facebook. Photo: Supplied

North West photographer Olebogeng Moshoeu spent most of his career taking pics at weddings and birthday celebrations. But it is his most recent photo shoot on a farm that caught Food For Mzansi’s attention.

“When I took those pictures I knew that it would somehow go viral and it did. Farming culture and the clothing thing is growing amongst the black (farming) community and I love it,” says Moshoeu.

In the shoot, Moshoeu captures nearly 15 women and two children. The photoshoot, which was part of a birthday celebration, was held on a farm in Christiana on the banks of the Vaal River.

Also read: Farmers bringing sexy back with two-tone and khaki!

This farm-styled photo shoot of nearly 15 women and two children took place on a farm in Christiana on the banks of the Vaal River. Photo: Olebogeng Moshoeu
This farm-styled photo shoot of nearly 15 women and two children took place on a farm in Christiana on the banks of the Vaal River. Photo: Olebogeng Moshoeu

He says the sensational pics were not his first shoot with an agricultural theme. In fact, it’s begun trending after Food For Mzansi first reported on farmers bringing their sexy back with two-tone and khaki. Moshoeu’s pictures were shared viral despite negative comments from a few haters about the khaki-wearing women.

Khaki and two-tone is mainstreaming on the streets of Mzansi. Photo: Olebogeng Moshoeu
Khaki and two-tone is mainstreaming in Mzansi. Photo: Olebogeng Moshoeu

“I don’t see any problem with wearing khaki. It’s just clothing after all. People must remember things have changed and it’s ok to embrace other cultures,” says Moshoeu.

“I took those pictures because I wanted people to see that farming was no longer only for the white guy. I want to end that mentality through my pictures. Farming is for everyone.”

Well, we couldn’t have said it any better ourselves. You’re pictures are a perfect ten, Moshoeu, and we simply cannot get enough of your photography on your Facebook and Instagram pages.

Duncan Masiwa
Duncan Masiwa
DUNCAN MASIWA is a budding journalist with a passion for telling great agricultural stories. He hails from Macassar, close to Somerset West in the Western Cape, where he first started writing for the Helderberg Gazette community newspaper. Besides making a name for himself as a columnist, he is also an avid poet who has shared stages with artists like Mahalia Buchanan, Charisma Hanekam, Jesse Jordan and Motlatsi Mofatse.
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