On our China visit, I was nervous about seeing dog and cat meat on the menu. Being a vegetarian and an animal lover, I was worried about how the Chinese treated their animals. But, I found out it’s only in a small number of places and most of the Chinese love their dogs and cats. Here’s one lady who was carrying her dog around in a baby carrier!
A little while ago, I did a photoshoot for The Animal Agency at Wild Flight. Wild Flight do falconry and have salukis and other Arabian animals. It was really interesting to find out about how the salukis and falcons work together to hunt in the desert.
This is my absolute favourite picture as this lovely saluki decided to photobomb my photo of the wolf!
Over the summer, I was lucky enough to visit Vietnam. We decided to make this trip a photography tour and signed up to do some street photography courses. What an amazing time we had! Doing this kind of course allows you to visit parts of the country that tourists might not otherwise see and meet the real people who live there. In Ho Chi Minh City, we learned with Arnaud from Vietnam Photo Adventures and in stunning Hoi An, with Pieter from Hoi An Photo Walks. Both were excellent teachers with wonderful local knowledge. I can highly recommend a photowalk when you visit a new city, even if you don’t class yourself as a ‘photographer’!