Where did he go?
Pictured above is huntsman Guy Allman looking for the fox that gave chase for over an hour, and is reported to have jumped into the Shenandoah River. Hunting from Trelawny December 30th, the Blue Ridge enjoyed one of the best days of the season, one of many, and what a fitting end to 2014!
Photos of most of the meets are published and for sale at NancyMilburnKleckPhotography.com.
Best wishes to everyone for a Happy New Year!
Kudos go to Jenny Irwin, chairwoman of the Hunt Ball this year, and to everyone who helped her get the silent auction items. Thank you Matt Baker for taking these wonderful candids of everyone. If you click on the photo, it will open up in a new window. To save it to your computer, right click on your mouse and “Save As” to a folder. It was a great party and we thank everyone for supporting the hunt!
The photographs I’ve taken from the North American Field Hunter Championship (Blue Ridge, Loudoun Fairfax, Piedmont and the finals on Saturday; sorry, I didn’t make the first day) are now posted on a new website, www.NancyMilburnKleckPhotography.com, and can be purchased or digitally downloaded.
If you don’t see any photos of you, check out Middleburg Photo (Doug Ghelsen and Karen Monroe), or the websites of Richard Clay and Douglas Lees. They took tons and probably got one of every participant.
In the future, I will be posting a select group of photographs from the Blue Ridge meets that I attend and hope I get a photo of everyone. Please wave to me if you want a photograph, I just found my beret and will be out in my Honda ready to shoot you! (just kidding!)
Happy Hunting to all!
For a second year, hunstman Guy Allman, kindly assisted by fellow huntsman (now of Lowcountry Hunt) Martyn Blackmore, showed our best at the 2014 Virginia Foxhound Show at Morven Park this past Sunday, May 25. Go to the page above to see all the photos and show results.