Since 2009, the retirement home of Shot On Site Photography... the source of some of the finest sighthound performance images in the world. The Hare-Brained At Home blog will keep fans and clients and other interested parties up to date on our schedule, and will post images from their homestead in the foothills of the Little Florida Mountains, and surrounding environs. We'll also post anecdotes, travel tips, political rants, and any other thing that pops into our fertile brains.
Monday, December 31, 2007
Cleared For Takeoff
I've often mentioned here my preference for shooting on fields that have some character. "Flat" is the enemy of exciting lure coursing, and lure coursing images. On the list of great fields, soccer fields are usually at the bottom of the list.
This weekend, we were at a soccer/football/baseball complex located in the center of a big oxbow of the Brazos River in Richmond, TX. This is not your average soccer field lure coursing field... What makes it different from your run-of-the-mill flat field?
Hounds that negotiated the three jump opportunities on the course flawlessly were rewarded with high scores. The same can't be said for the less successful leapers...