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Moving from South London nearly a
decade ago, having given up on the film
industry as a means of earning a living,
and having retired from my subsequent
work in the NHS as a IT network engineer,
we found an idyllic spot in a small Suffolk
town with a river at the bottom of the
garden (which requires regular
maintenance), and a farm opposite. The
large field that separates us from the farm
itself is a flood plain, and is unlikely ever to be built on, thankfully. The farming family
have used the land opposite us for arable goods, and occasionally livestock - horses,
cattle, sheep. This picture was taken when the field housed a number of highland cattle
along with a few redpoles and a small herd of sheep all at the same time. So I couldn't
resist this shot of one curious sheep trying to figure out what that brown lump was in the
corner.
Because of its hand-held, extreme telephoto range (and it's also a bit of a crop), the
image quality of this picture us not up to our usual standard, so prints are restricted to
A4 only. And anyway, it works better as an intimate, comic portrait of the animals rather
than as a large display print.
Moving from South London nearly a decade ago, having given up on the film industry as
a means of earning a living, and having retired from my subsequent work in the NHS as a
IT network engineer, we found an idyllic spot in a small Suffolk town with a river at the
bottom of the garden (which requires regular maintenance), and a farm opposite. The
large field that separates us from the farm itself is a flood plain, and is unlikely ever to be
built on, thankfully. The farming family have used the land opposite us for arable goods,
and occasionally livestock - horses, cattle, sheep. This picture was taken when the field
housed a number of highland cattle along with a few redpoles and a small herd of sheep
all at the same time. So I couldn't resist this shot of one curious sheep trying to figure
out what that brown lump was in the corner.
Because of its hand-held, extreme telephoto range (and it's also a bit of a crop), the
image quality of this picture us not up to our usual standard, so prints are restricted to
A4 only. And anyway, it works better as an intimate, comic portrait of the animals rather
than as a large display print.
Moving from South London nearly a
decade ago, having given up on the film
industry as a means of earning a living,
and having retired from my subsequent
work in the NHS as a IT network engineer,
we found an idyllic spot in a small Suffolk
town with a river at the bottom of the
garden (which requires regular
maintenance), and a farm opposite. The
large field that separates us from the farm
itself is a flood plain, and is unlikely ever to be built on, thankfully. The farming family
have used the land opposite us for arable goods, and occasionally livestock - horses,
cattle, sheep. This picture was taken when the field housed a number of highland cattle
along with a few redpoles and a small herd of sheep all at the same time. So I couldn't
resist this shot of one curious sheep trying to figure out what that brown lump was in the
corner.
Because of its hand-held, extreme telephoto range (and it's also a bit of a crop), the
image quality of this picture us not up to our usual standard, so prints are restricted to
A4 only. And anyway, it works better as an intimate, comic portrait of the animals rather
than as a large display print.

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Moving from South London nearly a decade ago, having given up on the film industry as a means of earning a living, and having retired from my subsequent work in the NHS as a IT network engineer, we found an idyllic spot in a small Suffolk town with a river at the bottom of the garden (which requires regular maintenance), and a farm opposite. The large field that separates us from the farm itself is a flood plain, and is unlikely ever to be built on, thankfully. The farming family have used the land opposite us for arable goods, and occasionally livestock - horses, cattle, sheep. This picture was taken when the field housed a number of highland cattle along with a few redpoles and a small herd of sheep all at the same time.  So I couldn't resist this shot of one curious sheep trying to figure out what that brown lump was in the corner. 

Because of its hand-held, extreme telephoto range (and it's also a bit of a crop), the image quality of this picture us not up to our usual standard, so prints are restricted to A4 only. And anyway, it works better as an intimate, comic portrait of the animals rather than as a large display print.    
     
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Just a plain simple frame for this comedic picture - doesn't detract

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