Posted by: Admin | November 5, 2010

A load of bullocks

It’s a photo blog today, folks. Last Thursday I spent a hectic day up in the Lake District on a training course with Aspire Contemporary Photographic Training, working with three lovely ladies who acted as models, a make-up artist and stylist, top photographer, Lisa Aldersley and… a herd of young bullocks who got a bit too inquisitive for my liking. Didn’t stop me snapping away, though!

Come back tomorrow for the relaunch of the Saturday INterview – delayed from last week, with sculptor, Claire Abbatt.










  1. I love these pictures Jo, and I love the cows!!! XX

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