Going Home

Going Home

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Jim Meads captures the atmosphere and camaraderie of hunting; its characters, and its hounds


Jim Meads is the world's foremost hunting photographer and in his new and final book his brilliant photographs capture hunts in the UK, Ireland, Canada and America. Sections in the book include: nostalgia, characters, heroes, hunt staff and specific types of jump. His photographs capture the atmosphere and camaraderie of hunting, its characters, its hounds, the frightening fences and above all its tradition.


Jim Meads started by working with his father, a Country Life staff photographer.  He was a regular contributor to the Shooting Times and Country Magazine and Horse & HoundGoing Home follows on from his four previous books:They Still Meet at Eleven, They Will Always Meet at Eleven, My Hunting World and  In Full Cry. Jim Meads is still running with hounds both in the UK and in America.

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Sub Heading No
ISBN 9781846890413
Author Jim Meads
Binding Hardback
Extent 280 x 220mm, 192 pages
Illustrations colour photographs throughout
Ebook No

'The diversity of hunts and pictures with sections on heroes, hunt staff, and 'nostalgia', cannot be faulted. Most of all readers will appreciate the knowledgeable, atmospheric captions written by a proper hunting journalist. 'Going Home' is a treat likely to feature prominently on many a sportsman's Christmas present list.' Country Life

'Jim Meads tells me that this is his last book of hunting photographs. At 77, he is hanging up his boots, putting away his camera and going home. Near the end of such an extraordinary career, this book is justifiably autobiographical. It is also another remarkable record of the hunting field s diversity throughout the UK and the American scene, where Jim won a warm following late in his career. His great love for the sport, its people, its hounds and horses, shines from the pictures which are testimony to his physical endurance as well as his technical skills.' Horse and Hound

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