Another busy month – Training, 1 day events, and lambing days
Photography offers so many different opportunities to develop your skills and try new things. This month has been no exception, I have been asked to photography a model railway set up, which is amazing and all in a loft the detail is superb and I can’t wait to start properly. I was then able to spend another day with the Big Dog of Lighting Damien and once again found his instruction to be clear and issues that I have understood but could not really explain became clear. The mans a great tutor I only wish I had found him years ago so I could have developed my skills even more. As I do my home work I will post some more pictures of this.
I was also able to watch my daughter take her mothers horse Ted around her first one day event and this was great fun to watch if a little nerve wracking but she got round with out coming off and some great jumping.
I also had to spend a day in Lisbon as I was unable to get an early flight out so booked a tour of the city with a fantastic company called www.wehatetourismtours.com
if you go to Lisbon I strongly recommend that you check them out as Bruno is an excellent guide and has a great knowledge of the city and where to go.
Then Easter weekend and we open Ham Farm to the public on behalf of Sir Edward Dashwood and the Rooks to let the public See the lambs being born, met the donkeys,piglets, turkeys, Rheas, cows and try out our tractor rides and go karts not to mention the face painting and pictures with the lambs. Its great to see some families come back year upon year and then even without the kids! The weather this year was fantastic and so rather than how many tee shirts shall I wear it was will I wear a tee shirt.
you can see a selection of the photographs from the weekend at
Hope you all enjoyed your easter as much as we did and long may the weather continue.