Monthly Archives: June 2015

Pick me, pick me

Last week was little dog week at the Marion County Dog Shelter. Believe me when I tell you they were the nicest group ever of dogs. AllView full post »

Man and dog

The finishers

Autzen and Joe Holly and Goldee It is called 2015 Pacific Crest Weekend Sports Festival. Three days of competition for both amateur andView full post »

Willamutt Strut 2015

Sunday, June 14 was the annual Willamutt Strut at Riverfront Park in Salem. This was their third year and another great event. I wasView full post »

Seven week old puppies

Play me a song, tell me a story

Joys of Living Assistance pups—The N litter    We lined the puppies up on the old settee one by one. As they put the seventh pup in placeView full post »

Blue dragonfly

Peace beside the pond

Dragonfly at the Oregon Garden    Our office had our yearly retreat at the Oregon Garden today. Our short break this afternoon was for someView full post »

Bark For Life

Another fun summer dog event

Bark For Life    Saturday, June 20 is the Bark for Life event at Keizer Rapids Park. The American Cancer Society Bark For Life is aView full post »

English setter

Love me if only for a day

Colby    This beautiful boy is Colby, a 10.5 years old English setter hoping for a family to help him enjoy his golden years in a lovingView full post »

Summer is officially here

Goldee The last day of finals week at the local community college marks the kick-off of summer. I work year around, but for many of theView full post »

Woman and two dogs

High on the hill

Karen, Timber and Zip    Herb Ritts is my fifth assignment in the portrait workshop I’m taking. I struggled with this one.View full post »

Fawn greyhound posing in a field

Beau Handsome

Beau Handsome Legs that go forever, athletic and handsome. Total model material. Meet Beau, Beau Handsome. We went up to the OregonView full post »

White American pit bull terrier mix

Face washer extraordinaire

Hunter    The best days ever come when I am lying in the grass with an amazing dog eight feet in front of me just waiting for me to captureView full post »