ROB DURSTON PHOTOGRAPHY

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Some black & whites from around the #furrycabin

For those of you who follow me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you’ve probably seen the furrycabin hashtag. It how I usually distinguish images from around our personal lives with our animals. We live in a little cabin on the side of an old orchard, here in Northern Ireland. We have a few animals here at any one time; we also run an animal rescue between Olivia and I.

We have a few permanents and quite a few available for re homing. Even when I working I like to get out as often as possible and walk the fields with a few of them at a time. Sometimes they are all up for a walk and then some early mornings, its like anyone, they want to sleep in.

This was one of those mornings. I found these images, jumbled into Lightroom between other projects. it was an early morning snowfall, one of the few this season and only Frankie Legs, the lurcher puppy was up for the walk this day. It was an especially quiet morning with hardly any traffic on the nearby road and all the other animals still snoozing away.
If you would like to see more of the animals available for re homing, please visit us at Lucystrust.


The Kernvale Eight

The Family

The Family

Olivia and I with our permanent eight dogs. I’m holding Richard, then from left to right it’s Bonzo, Ernie, Polo, Sophie, Betty (eating Olivia’s right hand), Flo, and Suuki. We’re sitting on the old field roller under a blossoming apple tree in our front yard/field/orchard. It doesn’t get to be a finer afternoon than this.