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The Gorgeous Mr Wicket

I think he enjoyed his photo shoot today but make no mistake this cute little fella is a bit of a wasp! He loves a passing ankle or a moving hand but he was very well behaved today and this is my favourite shot of this cheeky little fella!


Wildlife Wednesday 03/04/2015

During a visit to New Orleans in 2011 I made my way to the historic cemetery district on the train.  I noticed this lizard hanging out around one of the gates surrounding a large cemetery.   30 more words



  1. Get down to their level.  Shooting from your pets angle enables you to get that all important element of intimacy, and also allows you to see things from their angle.
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Time for another Wednesday Wag (yay)!  This week, I wanted to share with you this wonderful post by photographer Lydia Ravenhall.  I just love the fantastic tips that were presented in her piece, and I hope you all find it helps you take better pictures of your canine companions! Signature Cropped

monochrome madness 52

This week, I completely forgot to send in an image for monochrome madness. But things are slightly different this week anyway. To celebrate a year of monochrome madness, everyone was sending in their favourite image from the past year and doing a gallery of all their images from the year. 96 more words


The Nose Knows

Extreme close-up – donkey style.


Shooting from Opposite Sides

The photo I am sharing with you today ties into the Photography 101 theme of “street.”  The foreground contains a small portion of a trash can that had some interesting patterns on it, which caught my eye.   124 more words


Secret time!

well… I never share this with anyone, but I absolutely love photography, and consider myself pretty good at equine photography (posted down below are my photos) I photograph in Oregon and have an Instagram account for my photography! @mhc.photography