Monthly Archives: October 2008
I turned the corner in the kitchen and there Kyla was, sitting on the back patio in a pocket of light.
I had to shoot through the screen door, otherwise she would have moved at the first sound of me opening it.
Not the greatest photo in the world, but I think it’s pretty.
How about a little contest today?
Some of you may know I just started Vet Tech school this semester, and in my breeds, restraint and first aid class all we’ve been talking about are cows, goats, sheep, pigs and horses (I do love the horses). Last week we FINALLY started on dogs. Finally something I can relate to.
Anywho, we learned all the registered colors that dogs can be, i.e., blonde, liver, black, etc.
There are SO many. Can you guess how many I listed in my notebook? There’s a FREE The Rescued book in it for you if you can.
Here’s a hint: it’s a number between 10 and 75. Post a comment with your guess, and whoever’s closest will win! Stay tuned and in a day or so I’ll anounce the winner.
As promised, here is a little sneak from this weekend’s session. Can’t share much here, except what a fun time we had!
It’s been a year today that Kyla came home with me from the Edmond Shelter.
And since we don’t know her birthday, we’ll assign today for that, too. Three years old today.
Happy Gotcha-Birthday, Kyla!
This is just a little snapshot of her the evening I got her. Sorry about the flash-eye.
The end of the year is upon us and Christmas is around the corner. This is just a quick post to all my prospective and current clients:
If you want to book a session and receive your photobook/prints by Christmas, I am booking appointments until November 23. That’s it. That’s the last date I can schedule for and still deliver your products by December 24.
If you’ve been thinking about scheduling now’s the time to do it. Rates will increase in 2009.
Thanks to all my clients from 2008 – it was a joy to work with you and your dogs!
This is Kyla trying out the new hall rug. Guess she approves.
Yes, this photo is grainy. I don’t mind it.
When you have low light this is what you get. But somehow in certain black and whites I think it looks good. Has a film-quality to it. Kind of scratchy and old-looking.
You can really set a mood with your grain. Try it!