On August 3rd, 2016, my companion of the past 12 years passed away. Giz was a good little dog, a smart dog, and we loved him very much. On August 4th, 2016, Buster was born. Eight weeks later we picked him up and brought him home. Buster is not a replacement for Giz, but an addition.
This was Giz last May, making a final inspection of his domain. He had about the sweetest disposition I’ve ever seen in a dog. He never whined, never complained, and no matter how the grandchildren mistreated him, never once offered to snap at them or injure them in any way – not even to escape their clutches.
This little monster is Buster, all sharp puppy teeth and pure energy. He is a sweet little guy but stays in trouble constantly for biting and chewing on anything he can reach. He is a puppy with an attitude.
This couple were traveling on the 4th of July. I captured this image on the move with a 28 f/1.8 lens on my 5D MkII.
Mary and I celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary with a trip to New Orleans and surrounding area. Took a swamp tour on a pontoon boat and captured many interesting and beautiful photos but this one stood out to me.
Parked on the back row of a truck stop in Indiana. Had to quickly capture this out the right window of my truck, one-handed with my G12, as I was pulling out. Don’t know the story behind it but wish I did. This is not my best photo of April 2013 but it is by far the most interesting. Enjoy!
On a ride in the country I happened across these beautiful ladies who didn’t mind my photographing them. Seems like lately I’ve got this thing about photographing animals and I’m really enjoying it. Hope you do to!