We’ve reached the end of the week and that means we have another professional pet photography Project 52 blog circle post. Our Week 30 theme is “big sky.” Because of my schedule and the weather, I waited until Thursday do my photographs for this week (technically they’re supposed to be done by Wednesday); unfortunately, I waited too long in the day to take them and by that time there were no good skies. 🙁
So, I am going to post some of my favorite past big sky photos instead.
One of my favorite pictures featuring Mr. Bojangles and his Coco was taken at their engagement session last year. Mt. Storm Park and the Temple of Love were just one of the locations for their engagement shoot, but it was my very favorite location we used.
This image from last year was taken at our favorite local park and is along the lines of what I was hoping to get for this week’s blog.
This image was also taken last year and has the same thing in common with the other two images in that I used my 14mm manual focus lens. It’s currently the only lens I have with that wide of an angle. I love how it really brings the sky into the image and allows you to see everything around it.
Next up, visit Tracy Allard of Penny Whistle Photography fetching pet portraits in Coppell and surrounding areas in Dallas – Fort Worth Texas; then head over to visit the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
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