This week's pet photography theme is 'High Contrast' and I decided to share black and white images of dogs. Our guest dog this week is "Korra" who belongs to Jim's son. Korra is a black and white King Charles if I recall correctly and she spent several days with us this summer along with during the Hurricane Irma days.
Initially when I took these photographs of Korra, they seemed to 'busy' with all the various colors around her in the garden and on the bench. A black and white dog really shows off much better with the photograph being in black and white without the distractions of all the various colors.
Abby, another black and white dog photographed at the dog park while she is running with a ball in her mouth. Once Abby finds a ball, it's often hard to get her to let go unless you have something better than the ball (like food).
Here's a photograph of Jimbo, he is a brown/gold colored dog - the black and white has a totally different effect on this color of fur.
For more 'high contrast' pet photographs head over to visit Kim with BARKography on location in Hilton Head SC and then head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
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