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THE FACES BEHIND A PHEASANT SHOOT.

It is impossible to shoot and shoot photographs at the same time, at least it is for me, so I like to take snaps in between drives of the people who make the day happen, who make it work for us, the guns. These are the loaders, keepers, beaters and dog handlers all of whom are ardent supporters of the sport, whom come out, not so much for the wage, but for the day out in the country with friends and similar minded folk. A driven shoot in England involves close to 40 or 50 people and this selection of photographs from a shoot I was at last week  is a token thank you to all the people who come out, come rain or shine to make our sport possible.

The Loader

Phil Holmes

Matt Rivers

The Pickers Up

Loaders

Waiting on the rain

Loaders & Guns Pickers Up

_RCO9499 The dog handlers

 

2 Comments

  • simon on November 17, 2013 at 4:13 am

    great photo's please share some more

  • Gavin Traynor on December 5, 2013 at 1:14 pm

    Great photos! I am part of the picking up team on these photos and it is really appreciated been recognised for the work, time and effort we put in on a shoot day (and away from the shoot if you have dogs to train)

    Keep the photos coming and enjoy the rest of the season.

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