11.18.2013

A Morning in the Park with Rocky & Bebe

I don't do pet sessions often but I love animals, and I love watching the interactions between humans and their beloved pets, so when Julie contacted me a few months ago about doing a photo session with her sweet pups, Rocky & Bebe, I just couldn't say no.  The two fluffy pomeranians have reached their senior years and Julie, who's been their fur mama since she was in high school, really wanted to capture a few moments with Rocky & Bebe that she and her mom could cherish forever.  We did the session at the local park, where the dogs go for their daily walks, and ran into a few of their puppy friends along the way.  Rocky & Bebe were generally more interested in treats than the camera but both were happy to cooperate if it meant a few extra cuddles from Julie and her mom.

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Bebe was not impressed with the camera.  She only had eyes for Julie (or for the bag of treats Julie was holding... )
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8 comments

  1. How cute are those pups???!! Looks like they're going to fly away in the breeze!

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  2. People, animals, it doesn't matter, you always seem to capture their essence to perfection :-) these are so cute, love the first one where bebe looks at her fur mom with such love, absolutely love these fluffy pups!

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  3. I don't think I've ever commented here before, but I just had to say that second photo is by far the sexiest dog photo I have ever seen :)

    I love your blog, your photos, and your dangerous brownie recipe!

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  4. I love this idea. Your photos radiate the love that those women have for their pets.

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  5. Awwww, this is adorable and those doggies are naturals in front of the camera

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  6. Thank you so much! That, to me, is one of the most important things to capture - the relationship between them and their furry loved ones. :)

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  7. Thank you - and thanks for commenting, too! Rocky is such a little stud, isn't he? He really knew how to work that camera. :)

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  8. This, to me, is one of the best compliments I've had about my work. Thank you so much!

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