It’s Week 38 of professional pet photography blog circle Project 52 and our theme for the week is “motion.” Our images are supposed to reflect motion or the feeling of motion. This past weekend Recycled Doggies had their annual alumni reunion event at Wags Park and Mr. Bojangles, a Recycled Doggies alum, and I ended up being able to go after I had a last-minute schedule change. I decided to take my camera with me, and it worked out for me that I did. There were lots of dogs and lots of action going on, but the water feature at Wags Park provided the best spot for photographing dogs (and water) in motion.
In this crop of the image, you can see the dog and water motion in more detail.
I managed to get this dog right as she jumped into the lower pool.
And here is a close-up of her making a splash.
This dog swam all over the pool making the water ripple out.
And a close-up view of the dog moving in the water.
Mr. Bojangles had a fantastic time at the reunion. He got to run around and meet a lot of new doggy friends. He also got to see his foster mom. It was a fun night, although a little warm. He even dipped his feet in the pool.
Now get a move on over to Jessica Wasik with Bark & Gold Photography, celebrating the joy and love between Pittsburgh pets and their people, and after that move on to the rest of the blog posts until you circle right back here.
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