Pet photography for Salem, Portland and the Willamette Valley, Oregon
I took this photo on April 23, 2004. It has been on the wall of my office ever since. I adopted Blender in March of 2002 and inView full post »
Karen and I have this great system when we go out to Marion County Dog Shelter for pet adoption photos.
Basically, she runsView full post »
Somedays, Timber is our soul source of entertainment. I love his expressions.
He always gets horribly car sick and yet, just toView full post »
The old mercury thermometer and barometer always hung by the back door. My father was a farmer all of his life and he watched theView full post »
I was out doing some some photography today for something totally unrelated to pets today. I had no clue that Buster was going toView full post »
I feel like the cat that ate the canary. It feels good.View full post »
Here is the video that I did for the banquet.
We attended a fundraising banquet tonight for the TNR, Trap Neuter Return program forView full post »
You know the feeling. The party’s over and it’s time to go back to work.View full post »
The story begins with a bride,
and an amazing little girl.
It was a day of laughter and tears and nerves andView full post »
The date on the back of the photo reads February 19, 1985. Megan was just three days shy of 4 months old. I always wanted girls.View full post »
Uno is one of those special girls. We met her when we went up to the Oregon Greyhound Adoption kennel in Portland, Oregon to do theView full post »
I love to play, and this cat makes it so easy. I haven’t been around many kitties that would just let me plop then downView full post »
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