Baby Teddy

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Meet baby Teddy, at just a week old he was awake for most of the shoot.

As usual it took a little longer than I’d hoped, as you can only work at the baby’s pace.  However it was great fun and he was a little star so we did get some great images.

Also I have to say his mum was the most chilled first time mum I have ever met!

Below is a small selection of images from the shoot, I’d be interested to know what you think.

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Mink

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Here are some more pictures from my day out at The British Wildlife Centre. The mink was quite difficult to photograph; it was a hot, sunny day and when it finally did appear it was fast moving and in and out of the rocks.  It only came out for a couple of minutes the whole time we were there so I think we were very lucky to see it.

However, for the short time it was out I got some decent shots.

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Tintern Abbey

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Whilst in the Forest of Dean we visited Tintern Abbey.

Tintern was only the second Cistercian foundation in Britain, and the first in Wales. It was first built in 1131 and was a bustling monastery until on September 3, 1536 Abbot Wyche surrendered Tintern Abbey to King Henry VIII’s officials and ended a way of life which had lasted 400 years.

Conservation work has been completed on the iconic 13th-century west front – one of the great glories of Gothic architecture in Britain. 

Below is a small collection of images from the shoot.

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