The last one is brill
Very sweet. Still little dogs get bigger all the time, so any plans for them? Are you keeping all (think of the cost of feeding them) or are you finding new families for doggies?
Oh gorgeous! How did you manage together them all at once in the trolley? Or did 1 of the boys stat on the other side and keep popping them back in when they jumped out
I love the first one, Katy ( the last one is really cute, too) it capture that puppy play bow so perfectly. Looks like the one with the pink tag is spoken for and name? Perfect! Have fun... give some puppy hugs for me.
Oh... your boys are cuties.
About the furry and er other ? - Don't worry, he will "fur up" in a few years. haha
Super Glue and a staple gun. Works every timeOh gorgeous! How did you manage together them all at once in the trolley?
Great shots Katy. Its sleepy puppy and the trolley for me.
Yup! That's what made me pick that one (out of, like, one million of them. I've found that, between puppies and three little boys, there is a constant movement that a photographer cannot keep up with. I've had it on continuous shooting - thinking that it would be easy to just erase the ton of shots that didn't make it. What I've wound up with, however, is about 400 shots that make up the most tremendously hysterical silent movie type of sequences!!! For example, to see all of the puppies, in various stages of jumping out of the wagon and scattering, is So funny. Then, there are three or four more shots that are So sweet of the sleepy puppy yawning and the playful puppy jumping around! And, I've rolled my camera's counter over - again!)I've just noticed the puppy going out the back door on the production shot. Hilarious!
Thanks for all of the fun comments, everyone!
Last edited by Katy Noelle; 9th July 2011 at 04:16 PM.