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P Is For Photography

My piggy bank is either the CIBC or TD Canada Trust where I hold accounts. It's been a long time since I had a shiny pig on my dresser, waiting to get smashed open just to get it all out faster.
Don't act like you didn't do it too.
So I will share a love with you. Not people or pets who I love.
No my passion, well, second passion. Photography.
Here are some photos I have taken and not posted to my photography blog, Day One Photography.
I love photographing plant life from all different angles. This was underneath the bush the flowers were on, high above my head.
This is a macro shot from my sister's garden. Couldn't tell you the name of this pretty flower, but I call it a pom-pom flower.
I also love shooting peaceful street scenes. Try to show my neighborhood or surrounding hoods from different points of view. I am known to just go somewhere, go for a walk and snap away as I do. Watch for me point and clicking near you!
Lastly, it wouldn't be right without my beloved pet photography. They warm my soul.
Princess Ewok is the eldest by one month. April 14th she will be 5 years old. Hard to believe all this time has flown by, but I've had her from the start.
Bella I got as a rescue dog, sort of. She was not being abused but lived a caged life. That was close enough for me. We took her in when she was a year and a half old, and she will be 5 May 16th.
Both my furbabies are very photogenic, dontcha think?!

So tell me, is it in front or behind the camera for you?


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Comments

  1. Love your photos, Freda--especially your dog children!!!

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  2. Your dog is so cute! Great images.

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  3. Great post for P ~ and I still have a piggy bank ~ Gorgeous photos and love your doggies ~ xxx

    artmusedog and carol
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  4. I guess behind the camera. I hate having my picture taken and if I have a choice I'd rather by the taker. Your adorable dogs are very photogenic!

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  5. pretty powerful ponderings precious pal

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  6. Very nice. I am behind the lens.

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  7. cute pups! I'm taking photos of artwork, most of all, to put on my blog. Otherwise, it's pets and nature. Love your macros - something you don't see all the time. {:-Deb

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  8. I'm usually behind the camera; used to be a photographer.
    Cute dogs!
    Cheers.

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  9. Lovely pics; cute dogs

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  10. Woof woof! Your dog is so cute and I love the pom poms flower too. I am always behind the lens.

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  11. I love the shot of the flower. Beautiful.

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