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Outdoor Photography sessions in Rural and Regional Locations

On location, outdoor rural family and equine lifestyle photography sessions are for horse lovers and rural families of all ages.  Special sessions are also available for multi-generational farming families. Outdoor photography sessions on farms and rural properties is my passion.  Living in a rural area and having a small 43 acre farm ourselves, I understand how important the land is to you and your family.  I work exclusively on location, which means I travel to you at your farm,...

Christmas decorations on border collie

Merry Christmas – 2017

Well 2017 has gone so quickly, I just can’t believe its nearly Christmas already!    I’ve done some awesome photography sessions over the last couple of weeks with some gorgeous fur-kids and will hopefully get their blog posts written up over the holiday period, but until then I wanted to wish all my clients and their families a wonderful and safe Christmas and New Year – of course there is no better way to do that than with cute...

Pet Portrait Fine Art album

Product Highlight: Signature Fine Art Album – Video

I thought I would put together a short video showing a look through my Signature Fine Art Album.  These handcrafted layflat albums are created with 235gsm archival art paper pages with 200gsm archival white card between them to create luxuriously thick and durable pages printed with genuine Canon pigment inks with a genuine leather spine and backing and beautiful photo device cover.  These beautiful albums are hand crafted in Australia by a team of skilled artisans and really have...

Bolt Border Collie

Farm Life – Working Border Collie Sheep Dogs

Not that we have enough sheep for our Border Collies to be considered ‘working sheep dogs’ at the moment, they are none the less farm dogs through and through.  I realised recently that I haven’t posted any photos of the canine fur kids lately, and because its too hot to do anything else, here are some photos of the Border Collie Brigade. Minus Freckles who (in typical Freckles fashion), wouldn’t stand still long enough for me to get a...

border collie sheep dog pups

Farm Life – Border Collie Farm Dogs

The puppies Ryley and Freckles have settled in really well and have been accepted by all the older dogs.  They already show natural instinct for working sheep (and chickens) and incredible intelligence and are likely to give every one of the adult border collies a good run for their money once they grow up! If you enjoy my artwork and photography, please share it with your friends!...

Ryley

Farm Life – Borderline Crazy

Border Collie dogs are like potato chips – you can’t just have one or two. Or even three or four.  Some people can’t even stop at five…some people (not looking in the mirror) are borderline crazy (or bordering on insane – take your pick) and end up with SIX Border Collies. Now in my defence, I have tried to work with Trinity for two years, but she is definitely my husbands dog and simply will not work sheep for...