As most of you know, Amanda has a ‘few’ dogs and she offered to let me take pictures of them for Bionic.  We opted for more green grass and met this time at Henderson Lake.  The nice thing about working is with a dog trainer’s dogs is that they are pretty well behaved and we didn’t need to worry about them running off to visit with the people or other dogs walking by.

First up is Brit.  I tend to think of Brit as a fairly serious dog but she was nothing but gleeful during our photo session.

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And then there was Pixel… Oh my.  You can’t help but notice her gorgeous eyes when you meet her, but they are never more expressive than when she is playing.

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Last but not least of Amanda’s dogs that came to “model” is Boone.  He is a very unique dog – in looks and personality.  His quirkiness is what I love most about him though.

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I didn’t set out to get any “official” photos of my own dogs but I always bring a toy with us on a walk and seeing as these were just hanging out in the car, I figured I’d bring one of them as our fetch toy.  Coulee didn’t seem to mind.  ;)

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1 Comment

  1. Sarah says:

    Love the one of Boonie on his hind legs, he’s such a character!