In the process of trying to distract myself from various realities, I'm in the process of putting a book together. It's reminded me, yet again, of the rapidly changing nature of the working conditions that we photographers operate under, and the swiftness with which a situation can go from being perfectly workable to completely atrocious. It's a bit like life sometimes I guess...
This series of images, of the 2011 Todman Stakes, where Smart Missile inflicted the only defeat Sepoy has suffered to date, were taken less than 3 minutes apart.
|Smart Missile (outside) runs down Sepoy (centre) in the G2 Todman Stakes, on 19 March 2011|