Another Cover Photo and Changes to the Blog

March 04, 2013  •  2 Comments

My blogging skills lately have been horrendous, I don't know where the time is going and can't believe it is now March, how did that happen?!  Soon we will have lambs popping out all over the place on the farm, that means Spring time really is here!

Anyway, one of my pet hates is being let down, when someone says they will do something and then they don't... and I am ashamed to admit this is what has happened with my blog.  February was such a busy month and everything was a little bit crazy between my own business and also helping Craig at the farm.  Thankfully the Royal Northern Spring Show is now over (I will blog about it later in the week) and normality (as normal as our house ever gets!) has resumed.  I have so much I want to share with you but for the moment I am going to have to restrict my Blogging to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  This will be more manageable for me and I promise I will not let you down.

One of the many highlights in February was getting a phone call from the popular equestrian magazine, Equi-Ads, who asked if they could use one of my images on the front cover of their March edition.  The magazine has just been redesigned and it is the first time they have used an image on the front so I am delighted my image of Louisa Milne Home and Porthill Rusty Nail was chosen.  When I first posted this image on Facebook, Rusty's owner, Grace Moran said "Think this pic proves horses do it cause they love it! Thanks Eilidh"!

I couldn't agree more with Grace, and fingers crossed for Louisa and Rusty at Badminton!

So here is the image on the front cover... check back on Wednesday when I will be sharing some images of the re-birth of a Perth Legend!

Have a great week.

Eilidh x


Comments

2.Katy Lunsford(non-registered)
Wow - this is a fab photo, and what a great achievement to have a cover image! Well done x
1.Kiwi Jaime(non-registered)
LOL this horse is such a poser for the camera! ;-) CUTE!!!!
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