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On the eve of the political conventions, just a reminder that this blog supports the candidate everyone can agree on. (Image via Pinterest. )
A dire corgi and white clover on a summer evening.
The dire corgi paid a visit to the vet’s office this weekend. (Nothing major, just routine maintenance.). I photographed him in close quarters in the exam room, using the Lenka black and white camera software I downloaded last week. He’s … Continue reading
I am now the proud owner of this silver lens– a 20-40mm f/2/8-4 zoom. (Yes, if you saddle up a Canon or a Nikon, or even a Sony, that’s going to seem like a weird range of focal lengths, but … Continue reading
We were watching TV! It was The Blacklist! And there was a corgi! He was in a truck! And a spy fed him little powdered sugar donuts! His name was Bosco! Or maybe Roscoe! He got covered with powdered sugar! … Continue reading
Sometimes I think I would like to work really large And ink with a broom on giant paper taped to the floor. Then I think of dogs and black pawprints.
I was sitting in my chair hunting through my camera manual for something or another, when I felt something bonk against my leg. The dire corgi wanted me to throw the bone for him to chase, even though, in the … Continue reading
The electrifying combination of a new computer and new photo management software* means a chance to look at some of the photographs that have been accumulating around the studio over the last few months. So here’s a shot of the … Continue reading
Everywhere else in the world, the Kennel Clubs recognize four breeds or varieties of Belgian shepherd dogs. They are more or less identical except for coat color and texture. The four are the Groenendael with a long black coat, the … Continue reading