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framing suggestion:
In 2017, Suffolk hosted the National Sheepdog Trials at Haughley Park, just up the road.
I knew there’d be crowds and that I’d have to worm my way to the front to get a good
viewpoint. But with the camera hand-held the dogs moved so fast I could barely keep
them in the viewfinder with the tele lens on, and they rarely came close enough to the
crowd to get a decent image. So I wandered the rest of the show, and came across a
tent where sheep-shearing was being demonstrated by an old boy whose Suffolk accent
was virtually impenetrable. He was shearing Portland sheep, presumably shipped in from
darkest Dorset, and in a small paddock to the side they were milling around, patiently
waiting their turn. In turn, I waited patiently for them to rearrange themselves for the
shot you see here. The soft light was perfect, the sheep were calmer than I was, and a
minute later the big ram in the middle was having his collar felt.
In 2017, Suffolk hosted the National Sheepdog Trials at Haughley Park, just up the road. I knew
there’d be crowds and that I’d have to worm my way to the front to get a good viewpoint. But with
the camera hand-held the dogs moved so fast I could barely keep them in the viewfinder with the
tele lens on, and they rarely came close enough to the crowd to get a decent image. So I wandered
the rest of the show, and came across a tent where sheep-shearing was being demonstrated by an
old boy whose Suffolk accent was virtually impenetrable. He was shearing Portland sheep, presumably
shipped in from darkest Dorset, and in a small paddock to the side they were milling around, patiently
waiting their turn. In turn, I waited patiently for them to rearrange themselves for the shot you see
here. The soft light was perfect, the sheep were calmer than I was, and a minute later the big ram in
the middle was having his collar felt.

Portland sheep

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