What an awesome doggy afternoon and evening this was: three shelties and an aussie cross, fur flying in the wind, beautiful mountain landscapes, connecting with a true dog person and enthusiast!
The task: Photographing not one, not two or three dogs – but four dogs: with and without their owner, Kathy. Kathy was asking if I’ve done as many dogs together before – and truth be told – the only grouping bigger, was when I photographed a whole litter of Brittany puppies (a wild bunch of nine!) a few monts back – but even then; we had to give up with trying to get more than 4 puppies in the same shot 🙂 there were simply too many moving parts. LOL. So I guess this sets the record – four dogs with their person.
Starting with a quick round of introductions: at the top here we have Quinn. He made sure I was able to add a whole lovely and amazing collection images to my collection of dog body language, LOL! What big drama and teeth.
Then, we have Libby the Aussie Cross. Being rather sociable and seeking out contact quite frequently – she was quite often making sure I wasn’t feeling lonely by myself, only accompanied by my camera and would leave the posing and exchange that job for coming to say hello and making sure I was ok. Sweet!
Our shoot ended with a beautiful setting sun that dipped behind the mountains perfectly as I said “Let’s just do one more thing…a final shot..” ending the evening in what became my favourite photo of the whole shoot: below.
Thank you Kathy for coming out with your crew! They are all truly beautiful.