Photographing all kinds of animals at Redgate farm animal sanctuary
Faced with all the things that go wrong in the world, it’s easy to feel pwoerless but we all have something to give. For me, one of the things I can contribute is my photography so I volunteer in different charities and events. As I am developing the pet photosgraphy side of my business, I reached out so different chairites who have animals to rehome and Redgate opened its doors to me. I had a fabulous day there and can’t wait to go back, especially when they have kittens of course, which they have regulalry, They also look for forster homes for the cats if you wanted to be a host.
I had not photographed such a variety of animals yet so it was very interesting, especially as they weren’t posing or going where I’d hoped so I didn’t have much control over the background. I love the sheep in front of the blue shed personally and found the chickens and duck very beautiful. To be totally honest I was amazed by the turkey, both its looks- I wondere if some alien costumes were inspired by turkeys- and by its fantastic noise.
Of course I wanted to bring home most of the animals but my husband and cats wouldn’t have been too pleased woth me so I had to leave them for other families.
I look forward to going back and taking photos of more animals. In the meantime, if you would like photos of your cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs or other animals, I’d be delighted to meet them .