52 Weeks Project: Story

Posted on: Friday, March 2, 2012

from the Photo Lab

This Friday, it was our turn to pick a theme for the 52 Weeks project! This is a creative blog ring in which a group of fellow pet photographers post their interpretation of the week’s theme and link to each other’s blog. Start here and click on the link at the bottom of this post to jump to the next photographer’s blog, follow the ring until you end up back here.

This week’s theme: Story

They say a photo is worth a thousand words, and this week we set out to try and prove it. Can a photograph tell a story? We believe it can.
On this cold and windy day, we decided to follow our models as they stopped by a wonderful little coffeeshop in Petaluma (thank you Acre Coffee, for your delicious beverages and warm hospitality).
What happened next was just what we had hoped to capture; in a day like any other, a little dog ignores the world going by, for he only has eyes for his person.

We are looking forward to seeing everyone’s tak on this week’s theme. Let’s make our way over to Nicole Begley Photography now!

Comments

  1. Judy says:

    Love your images. They do tell a wonderful story.

  2. Terran says:

    I love these! What a perfect, beautiful moment you captured!

  3. Sharon Stokes says:

    Perfect capture of the total concentration and adoration from the little dog.

  4. Blue says:

    Love these!!! Especially the first one. It says so much about their relationship.

  5. These are perfect in black and white. Amazing job – and thanks for picking such a fantastic theme!

  6. Kelly Ladouceur says:

    Perfect story, and I particularly in black and white. Awesome.

  7. Karen says:

    These are great. Great photojournalism and the b&w is just perfect!

  8. Dana Cubbage says:

    Great images this week. I love the b+w processing on them… gives a very vintage feel :)

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