You may have noticed it's been a little quieter around these parts for the past month. I've had my eye balls glued to the photo editing screen churning out the end-of-the-year session rush and wrapping up all sorts of gorgeous dog art for my amazing clients. I'm in the midst of taking a few weeks off to rejuvenate and work with my own pack, but I got a call from the Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California Rescue (GPASCR) wondering if I could spare some time for a
I had the pleasure of doing a mini photo session with two of the most adorable puppies at one of my favorite spots to do pet portraits -- Mission Trails Regional Park near Santee in east San Diego. A Good Samaritan found these two Great Pyrenees sisters abandoned in an alfalfa field east of Bakersfield in Lake Isabella. Every effort was made to track down the original owners but it became more and more apparent these dogs were dumped and nobody was ever coming back for them.
As a pet photographer, I often get asked, "do you photograph animals other than dogs and cats too?!" and my go to answer is usually "so long as it has legs!" (sorry snakes). So when I got the chance to head north of San Diego to Temecula, I was super excited for this on-location farm photo session with Harry the Great Pyrenees and his goats, Daisy and Feather! At 12 years old, Harry landed himself in the Lancaster Animal Shelter. He was found as a stray, and was on a 10 day
3 hours of driving 4 hours of photographing 590 images 1 mission On Sunday we drove up from San Diego to the Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California Rescue in San Bernardino to photograph all of their adoptable dogs. Good photos can help pets get adopted faster and can also attract more potential adopters, and that's exactly what I set out to do! GPASCR is an AKC-licensed breed club and affiliate of the Great Pyrenees Club of America, but has a variety of breeds a