A Girl and Her Dog

I’ve never done much in the way of pet photography. Much to our children’s sadness we don’t have any pets so I don’t have a muse on hand to practice that kind of thing. This girl, however, takes the most amazing photos of her dog.

I found her when I was looking for inspiration for doing our friend Kait’s pictures with her Irish Setter puppy, Sherlock. Kait has not only big plans to be a certified dog trainer, but she also wants to train Sherlock to work with special needs people. A noble goal for a pretty girl and her adorable puppy, don’t you think?

Pace, FL portrait photography Pensacola Senior girl puppy Irish Setter

This one makes me think of some kind of shampoo commercial πŸ™‚

Pace, FL portrait photography Pensacola Senior girl puppy Irish Setter

Told you she’s pretty. Kait is the oldest of nine kids (one of only three girls in the bunch) and is one of Sarah’s dearest friends. She’s also into photography herself which is pretty cool.

Pace, FL portrait photography Pensacola Senior girl puppy Irish Setter

Pace, FL portrait photography Pensacola Senior girl puppy Irish Setter

How cute is he?

Pace, FL portrait photography Pensacola Senior girl puppy Irish Setter

Pace, FL portrait photography Pensacola Senior girl puppy Irish Setter

Pace, FL portrait photography Pensacola Senior girl puppy Irish Setter

They say that the journey of life is sweeter with a dog and I think Kaity has found that to be true. I’m content to just take cute pictures of her and Sherlock πŸ˜‰

8 thoughts on “A Girl and Her Dog

  1. These are breathtakingly beautiful, Marty! I've never done much with photographing pets either. Dogs, especially, make me nervous. I should probably push myself out of my comfort zone because these photos are inspiring! WOW!

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