Wow, I have got to say that I need to figure out how to find some 'normalcy' our of the crazy world that we are living in now. Wondering where the next roll of toilet paper is coming from (oops, did I really say that?). So this week's pet photography blog featured an elderly senior dog that has been diagnosed with cancer, but seems to be doing pretty good thus far. His name is Spooki and I have known him for a number of years. Before we got the latest orders last week that we were "safer at home" and needed to stay home except for essentials - which included walking dogs, I was able to capture these photos. Truth be known, our friend was walking Spooki, we stopped outside and I got my long lens out and took some photographs of him. These photographs were captured with natural light only, nothing fancy, in the late afternoon.
And one last photograph that I used Topaz Impression to create a painting of Spooki.
As the state of Florida is getting even tighter enforcement to stop the spread of the coronavirus, I expect that any photographs I take in the near future will either be one of my own dogs or older photographs from photography sessions before we knew what this virus was.
For more pet photographers sharing their take on this theme, head over to visit Colleen of Simply Col Photography - for the love of photography and pound pups.
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