The Jump

On Sunday morning I went to photograph Emma and her horse jumping some x-country schooling fences. It was a cold morning but thankfully dry. Emma’s horse is more used to being driven than ridden, so jumping is all quite new for him, though he did seem to be enjoying himself. Anyway, we got some cracking shots of Emma and I think one of these will look great on a big canvas on her wall. What do you reckon?

If you would like a similar photoshoot, let me know and lets see what we can fix up.

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  • Mandy Reddock - Great shots taken on Sunday for Emma, will no doubt help her get a great grade in her PE A level coursework. Thank you so much Michael for helping her out. I am sure there are alot more riders out there who would love to have you come out with your camera capture and capture them riding on film. Once again a big thank you.

  • Love Horse - Faultless photography. The clarity of the colours make the oak tree tangible. I found your site while updating my link directory. Will have to drop by more often :-)

Ludlow 10

As you may remember, I had set myself a task as outlined in Project 10. Yesterday I completed my task for January with a visit to Ludlow. The resulting images can be seen in a large sizeĀ here, or by following the Project 10 link under Ideas. I hope you enjoy them and who knows, it might inspire some of your to come to Ludlow to meet some of these people for yourselves.

Mr Farmer of Farmer's Market, as good a place as any to pick up local fresh produce.

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Free Print

I am offering a free print of an image of my choice to anybody who can tell me what that image is. This is a puzzle and is open to everybody in the UK. It is free to enter and should not cost anything to solve either, so long as you have a modern phone with a camera in it.

You can find out more here, Jan/Feb Puzzle

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  • michael - We have our first successful person. Well done David.