This image was actually shot last year and I recently ran across it.
A boxer in the studio can offer a great challenge. Daisy is a hyper active dog and is always jumping, running, and rolling around.
Can you tell which image is actually the real one?
When taking pictures of dogs try to make it fun for them by using toys that squeak to get their attention. Always use treats as a reward.
When looking for a photographer make sure you pick one that will take the time to capture you dogs true personality. This shot actually catches Daisy’s true personality and shows how active she really is. I love this picture.
We have a thirty plus year old oak tree that drops a lot of acorns. If your not careful they can hit you in the head.
I love photographing them they are so unique. This is part of fall in our part of Texas we do not see a lot of fall foliage. The colors of the acorns are so pretty oranges, browns,tans and beige. Every acorn is just a little bit different in texture, color and look. Every hat is a little different.
These were all shot with my Canon – 100 mm 2.8L macro lens.
Doves do not seem to care if it is raining or not they are going to eat their bird seed.
I will not see any other birds in sight when it is raining just the doves. The water in the feeders can not drain fast enough so they end up holding water. The birds go dunking for seed because they want to eat.
This particular day I found them splishing and a splashing. I am quite lucky I was able to capture this on camera. They seem to dive down for a seed and come up shaking the water off which is part of the splashing.