The rule of thirds is a composition rule in photography. My rule of thirds is making sure you have great photos of your dog, great photos of you and your dog together, and the kind of pictures that will bring a tear to your eye.
I joined a nationwide Pet Bloggers Challenge to talk about my journey in blogging for dog photography. See what my highlights were in 2019 and what I might have cooking for 2020.
I marked the five-year anniversary of losing my soulmate, Shep, with a long weekend, hiking in Banff, Alberta with Bella and a few photography friends.
Every dog needs a forever home. This is the story of how Maddie, a sick, ugly dog abandoned to a shelter, found her way to her happy place in North Idaho.
Dogs are special. There’s no denying that. The bond we build with our canine companions is often indescribable, simply beyond words. (The rescue dog stories I’ve been sharing with you have touched my heart in ways this jaded ink-stained wretch… Read More »Rescue dogs: Specially abled dogs have super abilities
There are humans. There are good humans. And then there are angels, people who sacrifice their “normal” lives to do for others. Including animals. Especially rescue dogs. You don’t give up on a dog Carol was living in Southern California… Read More »Rescue dogs: Angels show up to do the right thing
We’ve been working pretty hard lately. We needed some play time on the Palouse. The rescue promo has been a huge success, so much that I’m continuing to offer it at a price reduced from my regular session fee (details… Read More »Loose on the Palouse: Bella and I have some playtime