Peterson Creek, nr. Kamloops, BC, November 2011.
7/11, Borubu, Thailand
Ralph bit Jamie’s finger just before I took the picture, making for a fun scene with the two ferrets and nine rabbits. Thanks a lot to Jamie and Clarisse for having me along for the day. More black and white action shots to come and hopefully a written and photo-essay once I’ve been ferreting more next year.
A few pictures from my recent day spent photographing ferreting near Sittingborne, Kent. The action was shot in black and white but I took a few snaps in colour towards the end of the day and I’ll put a few of them up here. The above nets are used to cover the holes of the warren to entangle rabbits as they attempt to escape from the ferret below. I didn’t realize before, but fresh blood is such a vivid, bright red - a colour rarely seen.
A dog observing a shop, from recent fieldwork with Dr Phil Johnstone of Exeter Geography.
Dr Phillip Johnston wondering what goes on inside this swan’s head. In Exeter and Dawlish Warren.
Hull’s edgeland, shot with Fujia Velvia and cross-processed.