Category: Furry Friends



In going back through photographs for the Float series, I couldn’t help but pull out another of Ede & Lucy.

Still one of my favourite shoots – this is another perspective. Its amazing what a lens choice and stepping two meters to your right can do. If you are a photographer you will know what I mean. This was shot with a 200mm lens… and the original shot with a much wider one.

You can view the original here :

I shot just over 200 photographs of Lucy the Zebra, this included this shoot and another one with some boys in a tent.  I feel like I could show you every single click, it was that much fun xoxo.



Miami, Florida.   A horse on the beach in the middle of Miami was quite a treat – and a pink horse at that.  The horse was organised however we got a big surprise to find out it was pink.   Of course, it made the shoot even better - this sweet girl and the horse matched each other in beauty!

4 of 4 photographs from this shoot – another to be posted tomorrow.

Also in case you missed it yesterday, we released this lovely pony as a Personalized Art Print in our store Also pop over to our facebook page for a giveaway.



Details on the shoot at the bottom of the post. View an outtake here.

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The shoot :  We have had so many people ask if the Zebra in one of our previous shoots was real (a reasonable question) and yes, she was.  So we thought we would have a little giggle at ourselves and see what it would really look like to paint a horse. This is Bella & Molly, both as delightful as each other.  Special thanks to Kings Riding School.