Gizzy is the cutest name for this sweet Boston Terrier! This little guy belongs to the family I photographed late this evening.
Between last night’s prom photos, a little retail therapy today plus a dreaded Walmart stop; then the family photos with Gizzy, not to mention editing the photos last night and tonight, deciding which ones to keep and which ones to discard, plus my usual chores, I’m all tuckered out and not sure this runon sentence makes sense nor do I care!
And tomorrow is Monday.
I need another weekend…NOW.
The little kids have a new pup and he is the sweetest. He was living in town in a duplex with his first family and that family wanted him to have a big yard and more kids to play with. They got their wish, he is already much loved and has only been in his new home for a little over a week. At five months old, he is calm and just perfect. The other dogs have made him feel right at home and as you can see, he is content.
When my sister-in-law and I went to the next town over last month to play with our cameras, there were a couple of young ladies out with this beautiful dog enjoying the sunshine. The dog was obviously enjoying the water and definitely on a mission of some sort.
Sometimes, you simply have to press your shutter even if you can’t find what you set out to photograph. However, after seeing these on my monitor, I’m glad I took the shots. The dogs were a bonus.
I was excited to get this photo. No it is not a masterpiece, but it is a miracle! This ol’ girl hates to have a camera pointed at her, always has, always will. She runs and hides anytime either one of us has tried to get her picture.
How would a dog know to be camera shy? That is something I’ve tried to figure out for years now. I snuck one in on her the other afternoon and I was happy to have it good or bad!
Tilly is an Australian Shepherd (see her marble eye?) that was dropped off and hung around the church on the corner for a couple of weeks during their vacation bible school many summers ago. I had hoped one of the parents would let their child take her home while I continued to feed her on the sidewalk. It didn’t happen.
When bible school was over, I invited her down the road to our home and she’s been here ever since. Most of the photos we have managed to get are of her cowering in a corner of a truck bed or not catching a shot at all as she has ran to her dog house to hide.
You would think after living here for so long, she would decide we were good people!
She’s kind of given me a complex.