Important Enough to Get Up On the Hind Legs

Important Enough to Get Up On the Hind Legs

Coco’s youthful energy will not let up on Chuck on the daily walks. She simply must continually go after him for the first 10-15 minutes. Then there is almost an unspoken language between them and she lets up and they walk for 30 minutes only mildly interacting....
Vampire Dog Goes in for the Kill

Vampire Dog Goes in for the Kill

Coco has been rolled (sans-Rick) too many times here and has HAD IT. Playing with Lightroom 2.0. Not bad, still slower than Aperture 2 with a large-ish library/catalog. Upon telling my wife that the upgrade was $99, she shot me a look that I’d like to send to...
Dog Conversation

Dog Conversation

From a couple of weeks back. Coco seems to have mellowed by 3.75%. I attribute her very slightly calmer demeanor to age. And my mastery of dog whisperage. Share...
Endo

Endo

Chuck tries to do a fast turn and can’t hold on. One of my favorite photos of the dogs ever. Knucklehead. Share...
Him Workin Up My Nerves

Him Workin Up My Nerves

Just after Chuck did an end-of-walk power slide over the top of her and flipped. She was pissed because he came from behind. Just like she does every time she attacks Chuck. I think Chuck was tired, because he normally jumps over her, with a brief neck bite and turns...
Sneak Attack!

Sneak Attack!

Coco stalks, then attacks the semi-suspecting Chuck. I love how Chuck’s rear legs are midair as he’s scooping down to eat snow. Not an amazing photograph, but it has snow. So I thought I’d put some dogs in there to mitigate the winter thing. Share...
Puppy Snow Play

Puppy Snow Play

While this is totally blurry, I love the stances of the dogs and tones of the trees and snow. Kind of like a retro shot or Holga shot. Back in college, I had a TV producer friend who said that it was always better to shoot video with expensive gear and then tweak the...