At 73, Jean Wilson still gets up at 6am every day to look after her sheep.
She's one of the Lake District's Herdwick sheep farmers.
And a new exhibition at the Rheged Centre - Herdwick: A Portrait of Lakeland - offers a glimpse into her way of life.
It's the work of photographer Ian Lawson, who spent five years studying Lake District fell farmers like Jean, and their sheep.
Meat can only be classed as Lakeland Herdwick if the sheep are reared in Cumbria.
The breed was awarded Protected Status by the European Commission in 2013.