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Pet Photography - Theme 'Blue'

June 08, 2018  •  7 Comments

It is interesting that this week's theme for pet photography is "Blue" and I've been down with a pretty good cold since the weekend - feeling rather Blue myself.  The weather here has been really raining, I am starting to think we live in Washington state not Florida as the rains have been coming so much almost every day with no real rhyme or reason as to when it is going to rain.  I managed to get a few photographs of Martin just before it started raining late last week.  Martin is a middle age (probably 6-7 years old) and is currently looking for a foster or forever home.  When I returned home to load the photographs of Martin on my computer, I was sad to see that Martin actually has a very 'blue', sad frown on one of the photographs.  I don't know that I have actually captured this particular look on a dog.

Martin did have a happy face for us too, but I was definitely struck by his frown and sad eyes in this photograph - if only Martin could tell us what he has seen in his life thus far.

What a big difference just having his mouth open with his tongue hanging out a little bit! His whole face lit up and he looks like a different dog.

For more pet photographers sharing their take on this theme, head over to visit Ursula M. Garrison is a freelance photographer based on the South Shore of Lake Superior in Northern Wisconsin and then head around the rest of the blog circle.

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Comments

Lynda Mowat(non-registered)
Good luck Martin! I agree....it would be grea to know the history of these dogs that need a forever h9me. Hope you feel better soon, and the sun comes out!
Uly(non-registered)
You are right. It's amazing what a difference an open mouth makes. Nice job. Feel better soon and cheer up Martin, you'll find a soft place to land soon.
Darlene(non-registered)
Feel better! He's gorgeous! Great post to help Martin find a forever home :)
Elaine(non-registered)
I hope you feel better. Also hope Martin gets to keep his happy face and finds a great place to land!
Kim Hollis(non-registered)
I hope he finds a home soon!
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