The Art of Pet Photography
As I’ve mentioned I’m getting a lot of sad news of late. So many of the dogs I photographed in the 2006-View full post »
I seem to sense when it’s coming. I suppose being a veterinarian doesn’t help. Being friends on socialView full post »
Little did I know when I met Lisa and Doug, and their two dogs Amelia and Cooper, for a fall session in 2007 that weView full post »
On a stunning fall day, back in 2009, I had the honor of photographing the dynamic duo known as George and Gracie. View full post »
It is with great sadness that I have to follow a recent memorial from our Vest A Dog session with another from theView full post »
When the news of the loss of a beloved dog I’ve photographed comes in I can’t help but relive the photoView full post »
I’ve been wondering lately what the magic number is. That number, or rather age, of a dog – when you feelView full post »
As always, when I hear of the passing of a dear pet who I’ve had the pleasure of photographing I take a walkView full post »
I knew when I saw the email it was likely sad news. My lovely friends, John and Maynil, had long since moved toView full post »
As I said only a few days ago – I tend to hear when there is a loss of a dog I have photographed. My sympathyView full post »
Somehow it seems, the news always travels back to me. When one of my animal subjects crosses the bridge I always seemView full post »
We learned today of another loss. I had the pleasure of photographing Jenny and her partner in crime, Sadie, back inView full post »
We received some bad news yesterday about the loss of another great dog. Our friends, Margaret and Ted, lost theirView full post »
Yesterday the world lost another great dog.
We photographed Melvin back in 2010 on a walkabout at Tranquility Farm.
HeView full post »
Today I said goodbye…
…to my heart dog.
She left my life in the same way she came into it- spinning awayView full post »
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