Category Archives: Pet Photography

Photos of pets and their relationships with their humans.

My dog is adorable, there’s no denying that. In the morning, she has tendency to approach me and stick her head through the banister in order to lick me as I come up the stairs. I could say that this happened when I had my camera with me, but of course it didn’t. With a […]

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You have probably seen this cutie at one point or another if you have visited before. This is my dog, whom I absolutely adore, but is not a huge fan of having her photo being taken. I was able to capture this shot of her though after many attempts of trying to get her to […]

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Yesterday, my cat was sitting at our glass door meowing for some unknown reason. He just kept going, so I finally got up to see what he was looking at, thinking it was just a bird. To my surprise, there was another cat sitting on the steps. My cat, I assume, wanted to go outside […]

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If I’m being honest here, this was not the photo I planned to take when I initially began. At first, I was going to take a photo of roses I had that withered up, but my cat didn’t think that was a good plan. I took a couple of shots of just the roses and […]

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My cat is an interesting fellow. He enjoys staring at random things in the distance that I cannot see for the life of me. I’m never quite sure of what he’s looking at or what he sees. Whatever it is, it always puts him in a trance. The trance is so deep that he can’t […]

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We have frogs in our fish tank. If you have a fish tank and don’t have frogs, I suggest you get some because they are so much fun to watch. As a matter of fact, we just picked up two more in addition to this one in the photo above. This is one of the […]

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Did you know August 26th is National Dog Day? I didn’t know either until my Facebook Feed became flooded with photos of people’s dogs. So, I jumped on the bandwagon and capture a photo of my pretty pooch. Day: 12/365

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