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Never work with animals and children they say.  The thing is, as a photographer, you often have to.  So get stuck in and make the best of a situation.  It’s really not that bad at all.

If you have patience, you can end up with some really superb pictures.  Why is that?  It’s because the two genre’s are unpredictable, and that makes it a challenge.  More often than not, you’ll end up with something very unexpected.

 

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My what big teeth you have. Lioness at the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya
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This Lioness tries hard to get the insects off her back at the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya
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Lunch for the Lion at the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya
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A male Liger, a cross between a Lion and a Tiger pictured at Tripoli Zoo in Libya during the overthrow of the country's leader Muammar Gaddafi.
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Mummy Baboon and baby, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN
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A family of Grey Crowned Cranes with chick at Nakuru National Park, Kenya - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN
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Two very rare White Rhinos at Nakuru National Park, Kenya - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN
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Two Hippos, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN
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Little Lewis Eteen with the huge Eagle Owl pictured at Stebbing in Essex
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This mother swan knows how to keep her little ones cool during the hot weather. Visitors to Promenade Park in Maldon, Essex are delighted to see that the mum swan which has lived in the lakes with her partner for the past nine years recently had six little ones. However, tragedy struck in May 2014 when a fox attacked the female swan while she was protecting her babies. All of the cygnets died and she was injured in the incident. Six months later she was attacked by a dog and her right leg and foot were badly damaged. - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 25.5.17
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This swan is not really in a flap, just keeping himself and the family cool during the hot weather Visitors to Promenade Park in Maldon, Essex are delighted to see that the mum swan which has lived in the lakes with her partner for the past nine years recently had six little ones. However, tragedy struck in May 2014 when a fox attacked the female swan while she was protecting her babies. All of the cygnets died and she was injured in the incident. Six months later she was attacked by a dog and her right leg and foot were badly damaged. - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 25.5.17
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Stephanie Pengelly with her doggy helper Frodo, a reddish chocolate coloured Labrador, aged 2. Stephanie suffers from hereditary spastic paraplegy and her life is made a little easier by help from Frodo at her home in Great Wakering, Essex. Here Frodo goes shopping at Waitrose near Southend, but first a visit to the cash machine.
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Stephanie Pengelly with her doggy helper Frodo, a reddish chocolate coloured Labrador, aged 2. Stephanie suffers from hereditary spastic paraplegy and her life is made a little easier by help from Frodo at her home in Great Wakering, Essex. Here Frodo takes the washing out of the machine and passes it to Stephanie for her to put into the basket.
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Chloe, the very maternal King Charles Spaniel who has now adopted her owners four orphaned kittens. She is producing her own milk and feeding them as if they were her own puppies. She lives with her owner Jay-Jay Stirling at Great Horkesley in Essex.
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Lewis the guide dog with expensive tastes who ate £250 worth of bank notes out of more than £4000 collected by members of Frinton-on-Sea Rotary club in Essex for their Christmas collection. Lewis is Claire Webb's guide dog. Her husband Gordon left the money on their coffee table while they went out for a while only to find it well and truly chewed on their return.
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Rob Keeley, age 20 of Chadwell Heath, Essex with the very tame and friendly squirrel that comes into his garden to collect peanuts, often at very close quarters, from Rob.often at very close quarters, from Rob.
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Dog whistler Ruth Ollie with her dog Sappy pictured on Galleywood Common at Chelmsford in Essex.

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