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A small mob of sheep, Middlehurst Station
Phase One XF 150MP, 240mm Schneider, 2-3 second exposure averaging.

When the dogs move a mob of sheep around a hill, do the sheep turn clockwise or anti-clockwise? Unlike water in a sink, this isn't a trick question and of course, it depends on what the farmer (or pastoralist) wants to do. While I like long exposures of moving subjects, I confess that the shorter longer exposures are more varied and interesting than the longer longer exposures, but setting the appropriate shutter speed or time is a fraught business because it all depends on the sheep and how fast they decide to move - or how fast the dogs decide the sheep should move.

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