Category Archives: pet photography

barred Plymouth Rock chick

Lounging ladies

Blender, 33 day old barred Plymouth Rock chick    The chickens continue to amuse and amaze us every day. Blender is bursting withView full post »

Rufous hummingbird

Rufous proofus

Newcomer to Greyhound Gardens    For as long as I can remember I have always been enamored by hummingbirds. Except for once or twice byView full post »

Long-haired Weimaraner

G is for Goldee

Goldee Painting my way through the alphabet My journey of painting dogs through the alphabet continues. I learn something new with each dogView full post »

Spring swingers

Edie, 25 day old mystery bantam chick The little baby chicks are growing like weeds now. And every day they get just a little moreView full post »

Plymouth barred rock chick

Let the farming begin

Blender, 19-day old barred Plymouth Rock chick Saturday’s photos of the 19-day old chicks brought many changes in their appearance.View full post »

Mini Australian shepherd

F is for Frankie

Portrait of Frankie    Painting my way through the alphabet Frankie is perhaps one of the sweetest dogs. She goes with flow and neverView full post »

Black australorp chick

Hillary on her podium

Hillary    Chicks change their looks at break neck speed. I took this photograph of Hillary on Sunday, spent the week when I had timeView full post »

Diversion tactics

Talley, 12 day old americauna chick The chicks are doing quite well. They are two weeks old today. We moved them into a bigger brooder thisView full post »

Weimaraner

E is for Emma

Emma     Painting my way through the alphabet Emma is one of those goofy weimies you never forget. She was Holly’s dog through andView full post »

Portrait of a dachshund

D is for Darby

Portrait of  Darby   Painting my way through the alphabet Darby and his brother Ozzie have been to Nature’s Pet Wilsonville a coupleView full post »

Growing like little weeds—six days old

Hillary, black australorp.   It’s Monday night and our five-day chick maternity leave is over. We’ve literally been able toView full post »

Borzoi

Come a little closer

Timber and the squirrel    On an average coffee morning out in the barn we can have hundreds of birds fly in and wander through theView full post »