Puppies In Crime
Oh me! Oh my! What a dilemma! After sharing this photo of our two puppies in crime in another post, I wish I had saved it for my Sunday photo. So my dilemma was whether or not to share it again as My Sunday Photo? As a general rule, I don’t usually use a photo more than once, but rules are made to be broken are they not? And I hope you agree that it is a nice photo.
In fact, it is one of my favourite photograph of any of our dogs. Our dogs are not the easiest to photograph, they are either all or nothing. Charging around the garden playing or zonked out somewhere recharging their batteries.
My Sunday Photo
These two puppies are proper partners in crime. Where one is the other isn’t too far away; usually with a muddy snout or a sock in their mouth!
Last weekend we had some terrible weather, but still managed to take the dogs out for a scamper on the beach. They had a whale of a time I can tell you! I’m not sure what made Buddy and Zola stop like this though.
I’m guessing it was similar to that phenomenon when toddlers go haywire then just stop in their tracks. Zola at seven months hasn’t been to the beach often, so it’s all relatively new to her and buddy, who is a real puppy at ten weeks, was on his very first ‘proper’ walk after having the last of his injections in the week.
Are your pets easy to photograph? Or are they like ours and rarely hold a position or expression long enough to capture?
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