Welcome to Week 28 of the Pet Photography 52 Weeks Project. This week’s theme is “Landscape” and for me, in particular, dog photography in a landscape setting.
I’ve just come back from a wonderful 10 days on our farm in the Wootton Valley where I celebrated my 52nd birthday. My husband Neal surprised me with a picnic on the field just down from the house. He’d been working in Sydney and arrived the morning of my birthday. As I was waiting for him to arrive, I spotted two Tawny Frogmouth Owls in one of the huge old angophora (Sydney Red Gum) trees. I didn’t have my camera on me, so only got some iphone snaps, but they were amazing! With this week’s theme being landscape, I’d like to share some photos I took of our dogs on the farm.
Fields of earthy hues
We have quite a lot of pasture on our 44 acres, but we will be planting lots of trees. Neal has slashed this quite creatively by leaving tracts in tact so I have lots of different spots to photograph dogs. The only trick to this is making sure my path is clear, especially with smaller dogs, so that I don’t end up with a piece of rogue grass across the face of the dog!
All this modelling is hard work for both the photographer and the dogs, so it’s time for some fun!
ALL AROUND THE CIRCLE
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