|It's been a long, long time since I last blogged (almost a year!) but that doesn't mean things have been quiet for us here at Working Dogs in Action Photography headquarters. 2017 was a mixed year for us both, unfortunately my health has continued to be challenging and Steve has consistently been there to support me often sacrificing many things to be with me at the various hospital appointments and on the bad days. Due to this, blogging has been something that hasn't been a top priority for me however with the dawn of a new year its about time to begin again.|
Even just 2 months into 2018 I have plenty to share with you from this year already however this can wait until my 2nd and 3rd blogs of 2018. In the meantime I wanted to just reacquaint myself firstly with how to blog! but also to say we are still here and we hope to share lots more with you this year. Whilst 2017 has been quiet on the blogging front Steve has certainly been kept busy with plenty of photo shoots and commission work, with lots of new clients booking with us and some return visitors which is great to receive. As we did last year we are looking forward to a number of photo shoot days in 2018 which consist of mini photography sessions of 30 minutes each which we hope to offer all over the UK meaning if you are interested you will be able to find a location to suit you. We are also planning to offer bluebell/daffodil photography sessions with the arrival of Spring so plenty to keep an eye out for.
So before I sign off on my first blog of 2018 and rather fittingly tying in with my own health problems Steve was delighted to be able to complete his first private photography session of the year for a very lovely but very poorly German Shepherd called Keisha. Barbara, her owner, was keen for Steve to capture some cherished memories of Keisha and I think you'll agree these will be images to look back on with happiness...