FRAMES: Photo Challenge #48: Pets: Stand-Outs

Nice job on the pet photos! Hmm would have thought there would have been more entries, since I see how many photos of pets are uploaded to our photo sharing site every day…but I digress onward we go!

Here are my favorite shots and a ramble about why I picked them. They will be published in an upcoming edition of the Kitsap Sun, most likely Monday, March 19th. but that could change, I’ll try to keep you posted

I also promise you all that I am not anti-cat…the dog photos just stood-out a little more to me. I hug cats just as much as I hug dogs I swear! ;)

A new challenge will be posted next week!

 

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“Untitled” by Kari Rolnick

I love the vibrant color in the background and how it brings out the color of the pooch’s eyes ever so slightly. This shot also has a nice classic dog pose with the sweet and innocent look up and away from the camera.

 

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“Phineas Learning About Crows” by Ed Palm

Well first, Phineas is just a plain delightful name for a little curly haired dog! This frame is well composed and not to mention pretty humorous. I am a fan of photos that make me wonder what the animal is thinking at that moment, and this shot has me pondering what does Phineas really think of crows?

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“Covered” by lourceyphotos

I like the hopeful expression (hmm can a dog have a hopeful expression?) well it looks like a hopeful almost pleading expression to me asking the photographer to please let them play in the snow just a little bit longer.

 

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“Kindred Happiness” by Faith Winters

Ah the love of a kid and her dog! I like the eye contact between the two and the body language of both subjects mirrors the other.

 

 

One thought on “FRAMES: Photo Challenge #48: Pets: Stand-Outs

  1. I swear I’m the only one who comments on these posts! Oh well.
    I have to say that while all 4 of these are great pictures, I love the top photo by Kari Rolnick. Wonderful coloring and great emotion.

    :)

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