Dog Photography, Seattle WA

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Wallace & Boone Meet at Marymoor Park

Wallace was very patient while posing for the camera, he belongs to Steve a coworker who's a wonderful illustrator, cartoonist and graphic designer. Wallace just turned one on January 2nd, and is still a little apprehensive about diving into water, since he had a bad first experience as a puppy.

He's your typical lab when it come to chewing. Here are some important items that no longer exist. Three sets of ear buds, two cell phone chargers, several DVD boxes and DVDs, one carpet, one loveseat, a myriad of kitchen hand towels, the spines of several cookbooks, one doggie-bed, five potted hydrangeas, and I don't think he’s done yet ... He also likes to chew on rocks and seashells, he's inhaled a 'Kookie chicken' (rubber toy that looks like a rubber chicken only it's intended for dogs as a chew toy, not a meal). Whew!

He wears a leash around the house, so he's easier to grab when needed. But Wallace figured this out, so when he wants to avoid human housemates, he gathers up the leash in his mouth,
knowing that he's harder to catch, trots off and waits to be chased.

He lives with his housemates in Redmond, Washington.

Boone yearns the water and would love to get his jowls on a fresh duck!

Saturday, December 03, 2011

Frosting on the Camera!

We stowed away with our canine friends for the weekend in the "Boonies" south of Seattle. What a gorgeous weekend and excellent photo opportunity I experienced. The morning light was spectacular and it only lasted 10 minutes. For all you shutterbugs out there that want to capture better images of your pet, it pays to wake-up a little earlier, watch the light and be ready ahead of time when the light does sparkle before your eyes. The frosting I received, of course was when a little dance of rain showed up, just as the light was at its best. Like I said, plan ahead, be prepared and have lots of fun. Thanks to my beautiful models (and trainers) for such a successful mini-photo session!

Mally is the "Golden" in the golden light.

Friday, December 02, 2011

Bear Essentials

Bear was a wonderful and very sweet boy to spend the afternoon with
at Golden Garden Park in Seattle. He loves to read, take long walks in
the park and he always has a pennie for his thoughts. ;o)

Thanks Pennie, for the opportunity to meet and spend time with Bear!