Archive | February 2013

February 18, 2013

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Meet Am. GCH CH Can. Ch. Spring Valley’s Shumba Hadzi SC CGC “Shumba” a majestic Rhodesian Ridgeback. I have photographed her several times now, and she never ceases to amaze me. Her expression is powerful, she notices things far out in the fields, as a true sighthound should.
There is evidence that Spring is near. The geese have been heading north, some of the trees are sprouting buds, tulips and daffodils are in the supermarkets and Easter goodies are on the store shelves. All signs that Spring is not far off. With all that said, blossoming trees make for a perfect backdrop for beautiful photographs. We are now booking weekends in late March and April. Give us a call 610-683-5015 and take advantage of our Spring forward offers.
Be well…. until next time.

February 16, 2013

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Winter, cold and snow…. This is Jaxson, a Labrador cross breed enjoying a romp out in the snow. I snapped this photograph in the middle of the afternoon, it was so bright out I couldn’t even see what I was shooting. Call it luck but this is what I snapped, the snow was flying and you can clearly see Jaxson was having fun.
As many of you know, I had my surgery to fix my tenosynovitis Tuesday. There was a small irregularity in the bone which caused this. The surgeon said, he would go into more detail at my post-op visit. I really am in no pain, it does feel however like its being stretched or pulled in a way(probably the stitches healing). I am getting some editing done, which I shouldn’t be doing but you know me. I will be back to normal, in no time.
We are booking for Spring shoots now. We suggest you make your reservations early, weekend’s book quickly.
Until next time…. be well.
PS- We do all photography, not just your pets!

February 1, 2013

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I was always told seize the moment, if you can. My photography is doing just that. This past weekend I was shooting at the dog show. The beautiful headpiece you see is of a Pekingese puppy. For those that know the breed they are usually propped up on a beautiful pillow, carried into the ring, then brushed and they lay there until asked to be gaited. They pose like little stuffed animals. This one is a beauty.
Look for more photographs of the dogs I snapped in the Canine Gallaries
Be well everyone and stay warm in this extreme weather.