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MR APRIL: FLASH THE BORDER COLLIE

Jun 22, 2018 | Border Collie, Client Sessions, Dogs

Okay, so I’m running a little bit behind on my calendar project… But I have been managing to time each session to its corresponding month (yay!) which has meant that – for the most part – the resulting photos have been a good representation of the season. Probably one of the best examples so far has been Flash’s session.

After a horrendously wet April and a couple of reschedules, I finally managed to meet Flash and his mum on a gloriously warm spring evening in the heart of Northampton. The blossoms were in full bloom and everything was starting come to life, after what felt like the longest winter ever.

Not only was the weather perfect, but Flash was an absolute gem to work with. He has the classic Border Collie brains, and his mum has wasted no time in training him to an incredibly high standard – the bond and connection between them was so strong, and you could tell he was loving the work. It has been so hard to choose a final image for next year’s calendar, and I still don’t think I’m quite decided yet – which one is your favourite?

Tri-colour Border Collie sitting in spring blossom
Border Collie sitting under blossom tree in Northampton park
Border Collie dog sitting on wooden beams under trees
Border Collie dog sitting on wooden plank in woodland
Border Collie standing on abandoned railway in woods
Border Collie dog peeking through gap in tree
Border Collie dog sitting and begging in narrow country lane

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