Having grown up and loving everything horse from a very young age, I totally get the pull of fussing over or feeding horses grazing in fields that you are passing. It's a nice thing to do, right? Unfortunately it's not quite as nice as you might think.
Earlier this year, Rio and I had our turn in front of the lens (you can read about that here) - and in return I visited Gemma and Nixon out at Saxmundham to photograph them together. It was an ideal collaboration between us as photographers, because I'd never stopped to have photos taken with Rio, … Continue reading Gemma & Nixon
It's always good when we can have a play around with slightly different images, and despite the grass still being a little damp, Caitlin was game to try a bit of an alternative angle...
Last year I ran a competition to win a photoshoot, and the lucky winner was Sarah with her two handsome boys, Silver & Jeffrey.
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Archie soon realised what we were up to on the photoshoot, and the ears popped forward, which made my job much easier!
Coda is becoming a fantastic Parelli horse. We even got some shots of him without his headcollar on in the bluebells. He did decide to go off for a wander (cue momentary heart-stoppage) but he soon came cantering down the track to rejoin us - stopping just a foot in front of me and my lens! What a good boy.
Idris is just about as cool as a cucumber, and just loves to get his face into everything. This includes the feed room, where he has been found a number of times rifling around!
I could have spent all day watching Elliot in the field. If you have a new addition to your herd, do drop me a message to arrange a photoshoot before they're all grown up!
Like many of us horsey folk will know, it can sometimes be a race against the clock before work to get everyone fed, checked, rugged and the rest. This was one of those days for Ali.