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Shades of Gray - black and white pet photography

February 07, 2020 - This week's theme for pet photography is 'shades of gray' - I decided to use Abby for this week's photographs. What bett...
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Pet Photography - Monochrome - black and white

November 01, 2019 - This week has been busy - we photographed 9 dogs on Monday for the rescue (Maxx and Me Pet Rescue - www.maxxandme.org)....
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Pet Photography - Theme 'Green'

March 15, 2019 - As we approach St. Patrick's Day, this week's Pet Photography theme is "Green". This weekend they will do the annual 'ri...
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Mushrooms - an exercise in photography

August 26, 2018 - A couple of weeks ago, at our weekly photography meeting one of the photographers posed a challenge to each of us. The c...
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Outdoor Kitty

June 22, 2018 - Our neighborhood has a great number of feral cats that I can only assume started because people dumped cats at the park...
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Pet Photography - Theme 'Black and White'

June 01, 2018 - This week's pet photography theme is black and white. I personally think pets (cats, dogs, etc) that have strong contras...
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Pet Photography - Theme High Contrast - Black and White

October 13, 2017 - This week's pet photography theme is 'High Contrast' and I decided to share black and white images of dogs. Our guest do...
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Pet Photography with Florida Summer Skies

July 21, 2017 - This week's word for pet photography is 'sky'. As many of you know, I live in the "Sunshine State", yep - Florida. If yo...
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Purslane flower - soft focus

June 25, 2017 - Continuing on the soft focus theme, this time of flowers I spent time photographing my purslane plant. For those of you...
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Live Oak Trees - Black and White Infrared

October 04, 2015 - Florida has beautiful oak trees - especially the live oak which can live to over 100 years old, some as many as three or...
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