End of the Season

For those of you into country sports you’ll know that the end of January heralds the end of the shooting season which started in September. Since the first day of the season I’ve meaning to join a friend’s shoot in East Dean, West Sussex, to get some practice of capturing dogs in action, smoking barrels and weird garter things that the guns wear to keep their socks up!

It was a bit dull and miserable but still lovely to be out walking in some stunning scenery. The dogs are alert and excited so their ears prick up and, if trained well, do exactly what they are told. Here are some of the photos I managed to take. Note to self; next season go out on a sunny autumn day when the trees are blazing in red and orange and get that lovely low autumn sun!

About Lou Bushell

I love great photos - and I love taking great photos. It's as simple as that! I want you to enjoy having your photo taken by me, and for you to love the photos I take as much as I do.
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1 Response to End of the Season

  1. 健康保寶 says:

    Drive carefully. It is not only cars that can be recalled by their Maker.............................................

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