Pet Photography - Theme "Humor"

May 18, 2018  •  4 Comments

This week's pet photography theme is "Humor" and I find that there are several different types of humor within the canine world.  Often times it is just the bloopers from a photographic shoot that are the humorous photographs (which often I don't keep - but perhaps I should!).  The most often bloopers that I catch in a photo session are when the dog blinks (and that happens a lot) or when the dog has his/her tongue out.  In my first photograph, we were at an adoption event and I got the impression that Tristan wasn't to happy about the whole event!

On another photography session with Pogo, well he looks like his tongue is busy - a little close to the nose?

This dog has beautiful fur (hair) - but where are the eyes?  nose? just a little bit of a tongue showing to indicate there really is a dog hiding behind here! 

It's not often that Abby (on left) is able to get Jimbo to play such that it looks like they are dancing together.  I love the eyes on this photograph!

Dog diving in a competition -- this dog is a great jumper and is bracing for the impact!  Catching this at the right moment as the water sprays in all directions - I wonder if humans have that same expression when they are about to hit the water?

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Lynda Mowat(non-registered)
That hair!! And the tongues! Lovely photos capturing those unplanned moments which are all precious!
Kelly Middlebrooks(non-registered)
Hee hee. So fun! :D
Tim Evans(non-registered)
I love Abby's expression. It looks like she's thinking, "Oh, no, what have I done?"
Tracy Allard(non-registered)
I had the same idea; outtakes! I enjoyed your image, great work.
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