No words needed here!
I spent a good part of an afternoon (in a forested area) working on dog photography technique - only to find the best shot just outside of the parking lot.
This beautiful dog really wasn’t into having his portrait done. It took a lot of patience on my part and the dog’s part to capture this image. I really like the colours and obscure light in the background.
I love the dappled and soft light which I was able to capture with this dog.
Cow Photography - this one just grabs my attention!
I love the artful feel of this photo.
I had a relaxing day at the horse ranch owned by my new friend Sandra Koller at the Jager Ranch just outside Baden, Ontario. This is a most unusual horse!
I took this photo on January 1st of this year but for some reason forgot to post. It’s one of my favourites. At first I was going to avoid the truck in the background but after thinking about it I decided they really did “make the scene”. I captured the moment where they are all looking at another horse (and buggy) coming up the road.
I shot this last week while out on the farm! Love the look of snow and cold.
The other day I had the opportunity to do yet another dog photo!
This dog was so lovable, with so much energy and personality.
When I first arrived the dog was my instant friend. Aren't dogs great?
The photo session was very fast and impromtu, also the dog was a bit hyper, but I really felt like within minutes I was able to make the dog understand what I wanted it to do. I love being able to communicate with them like that.
Notice the colours, how they complement each other (the golden fur and blue in the sofa). I love the expression in the dog's eyes.
Thanks for stopping by to view!
Beautiful cat - very strong personality
My dog Casey otherwise known as "Daisy" - she appears to be dreaming at the sky.
What is she thinking about?
I love how small she is in the very big forest )))
I love doing dog portraits which reflect the personality and mood of the dog. Not all dogs are cutesy-bouncy, many are quiet and (seemingly) reflective. I think we have all known dogs like this.
This was done on the first day of Spring.. although it felt like fall. We were out of the wind. She doesn't usually like to pose but I carefully set her high up on a tree stump. She really is this cute in real life.
She is as pretty in real life as she is here.
Daisy loves to sit for the camera - I'm lucky!
I love how cats soak up the sun! Note she has one eye partly open - watch out!