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Thursday, January 22, 2009
A few weekends ago, Tito and I went down to the Saturday morning market in downtown St. Petersburg. We met up with our friends Bree and Courtney from the dog travel network. After a little caffeine and some delicious food we were able to get creative and start shooting (surprisingly not with a camera but rather video). We had such a blast. More to come from all of us but for now check us out on the Dog Travel Network.
Sunday, January 18, 2009
I did! I did! About 5 of them. I had the pleasure of photographing a group of brother and sister cats born underneath "pawrent", Quinn Noonans house. She has been caring for them since birth making sure they receive plenty of T.L.C and cans of tuna. All the cats were spayed and micro chipped thanks to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. Now the cats roam freely both in and out of her house. And while they love Quinn they are a little hesitant about other people. Fortunately the can of tuna enabled us to get up close and capture some great images. Meet Tom Tom, Mollie, Buddy and Kate all featured in these pictures.
Saturday, January 17, 2009
This stands for photo of the week. Some of my photography friends have decided that with the new year should come a new photo each day. I, being slightly more realistic know that I wont be blogging every day( it's taken me a month since I've blogged last!) Therefore I will be attempting to blog a photo a week, something pet related. This photo was captured at Ft. Desoto Dog Park. I have shot many sessions there and absolutely love the area. This afternoon however I was there with my pup Tito just enjoying the tranquility (surprisingly we were the only ones there...this lasted about a half hour and then it started to fill up). I thought the sun was hitting the sign just right. It's funny because I never realized how fortunate I was to have an off-leash dog park. Many people I have talked to there tell me that their parks back home require dogs to be leashed at all time? And while it doesn't make sense to me it does give me a greater sense of how fortunate I am to live so close to Ft. Desoto.