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Another Online Feature

This is so exciting. Yesterday afternoon I received an email from Kari over at Mod-Dog advising me that my dog & pet photography is being featured at Snap. I have two posts sitting at the starting gate reading to roll out but simply had to delay the starting pistol for those two posts to insert […]

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Old Dogs and Children and Watermelon Wine …

We had an emergency last night, having to take one of our dogs in to the vet clinic. Thankfully, she’s going to be okay. (Yes, that’s our Pearl cooling down in her kiddy pool.) Meet Pearl. She didn’t have an ideal beginning to her life. You know those fairy tales we read to our children […]

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My Website Being Featured Today!

I’m thrilled to announce that my website is being featured today by Macromutt! which is run by Four Legged Media and regularly features a canine photographer. {The screen shot only clips the top part so to see the feature, simply pay a visit to Macromutt. Today we’re on the front page.} I’m being included in […]

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Taking Pictures of Your Dog / Pet

Taking pictures of your dog, cat, or other pets are often similar to taking photos of your children. As promised here are a few simple, yet basic, aspects to keep in mind when taking pictures of your family dog(s). If there is interest, in future I can provide information to address more advanced approaches. These […]

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Photographing Dogs

As I anticipate the arrival of spring up here, I’m looking forward to the opportunity of photographing more dogs. Last year the most fun I had photographing dogs, besides with my own, was one afternoon when I met a client in Grande Prairie (the nearest small city an hour from where I live). I spent […]

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Off to the City

I’m so excited! I’m leaving the boondocks to spend a few days in the city! As I’ve mentioned before, although where I live is ‘pretty’ and has an abundance of nature to enjoy, it’s way too remote for me. I often go weeks without seeing another human being other than my husband. So, a trip […]

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