A year of dogs on Wester Ave: it was a fun year, but there are photo gaps, probably because when I’m doing stuff it’s hard to also take pictures unless someone else does it. Oh well. And there were a lot more puppies in the kindergarten classes…but I was teaching not photographing, grrr. But thanks to the ones we have, some good ones!
Checking back, his person does walk slowly sometimes especially when she’s taking pictures.
Labs that came visiting, we found their people, yah!
Confident flag carrier, it’s an I’ve got this and I’m bringing it to you look…purposeful. She would be displeased if interfered with before she accomplished her task.
Brittany trying to get on the wagon.
Crate games with a Dane
Drive ball Jazzie
Jazzie playing drive ball with a hard plastic, fairly heavy red ball.
Max doing his ‘star’ pose, he was Sandy in the Annie play..
Snowshoe at East Campground Mondeaux
Bernie doing water fetching on Sackett’s lake
Play bow by Max
Inviting chase me game around the tank.
Bernie plunging in for fetching.
Acrylic painting that I included Max in.
Mardi gras readiness.
Sit Pretty circus
Puppy Kindergarten fetch/find.
Max being patriotic
Balancing dane, go Watson!
Eyes up, reinforcement zone.
Tug then balance.
This pup looks happy, but also hot, time to rest from fetching.
I brought it back, let’s do it again.
Puppy kindergarten, say your prayers.
Spunky, dog tricker…cat.
I’m worried about the presentation.
Play Bow, play invitation, I’m happy.
Ice Age trail hike – fall.
Ice age Trail, trunk gate.
See how the dog is trying to give me the toy? Toy extended, not protected.
Denver on the dock.
It was cool looking over the photos and thinking of the things that went along with them. The dog, Bernie, who is fetching started out really afraid of water. Brave boy, he got good at water retrieves. And the Great Dane became quite the good boy on leash, not pulling at all and as you can tell he is quite the joker. The Brittany, who was very busy sniffing decided that she could pay attention to the people in her world too. And Max, well he had a big year as an actor in a play. Jazzie, busy girl that she is, figured out some new games and tricks. Next year I am resolved to take more photos and get more action recorded.
Do you take lots of dog photos? What do you like to see in them? Do you have any photographic resolutions?