Hello, everyone! I’m back(for the time being anyways). I must say that I have had the privilege of meeting some pretty amazing people lately. One newly-wedded couple, Katie and Nick have an incredible family member named Lola. Meet Lola!
That face! I’m in love with these types of Portraits! Pets! Who’d of thought! But, yes, I will see myself doing many more in the future.
I was contacted by Katie to have pictures done to capture the love and life of Lola. She is part of the family. I was ecstatic to be involved! I mean who doesn’t love cute and fluffy?! Right away I knew this would be a fantastic opportunity to test my skills as a photographer. How do you go about taking pictures of something that is pretty much constantly moving. They really are like having a toddler around.
Let me just say that Lola was ALL about the treats! I do believe she might have devoured the bag of said treats(you’d have to ask Katie or Nick). I asked Nick if Lola could catch. They both sorta giggled. So I said, ” go ahead and toss one to her.” The outcome was: She can’t catch. But is it really necessary in the scheme of a life of a dog…..no. Being cute and fluffy is.
I might now add that Nick works at the Cleveland Browns training facility. Pretty cool job, I think. He wanted to get some pictures around the field of Lola and Katie and him. I loved the idea! So enjoy some highlights from the training field:
I want to stop for a blink. My husband keeps telling me I need to watch, “A Dog’s Purpose.” I have not seen it. Maybe I should get some input from you readers? Should I?
I just loved this shot. So candid and not posed. Lola is just like, ” Okay, no problem, I can chill here and buff your shoe with my paw whilst you scratch my head.”
Katie and Nick have a great friend. Lola was so well behaved! You two should be very proud!
Next stop: Edgewater Park, Cleveland. I had never been there before. Let me just say that Edgewater Park has 4(of an innumerable amount) of my favorite things: sand(check), water(check), a weeping willow tree(oh, my gosh, YES! check!). Throw down my camera(gently) and do a happy dance. Okay, maybe I just did a slight jig(it happened so fast I doubt anyone caught me doing it).
Wait for the light, sigh*
Look at her! Hollywood missed out BIG TIME! As I’ve said before, “Oh, My Heart!” It is just bursting! This girl has so much love and share it she does!
I just want to hang this in MY house! Katie, Nick…do you mind? I’m not quite sure that would classify me as a creeper hahaha
Bribery may or may not have been involved here…. I’m not telling…
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That WILLOW! So green and huge and amazing! #treegoals
To the last stop: Cleveland overlook.
The view was stunning! And Lola was such a good girl, she got a present! Something cute and fluffy just like her!
Here you see will see Lola’s reaction to the sign. It’s almost as if she was like, “okay it’s a sign! I bet lots of dogs have marked it as been there, done that. Can we go home now?” Haha
I have one last picture to share. This one was inspired by the movie, Pets. I am a lover of cartoons and dogs so this one was a no-brainer! Plus the comedy was right up my alley! Lola, thank-you for being awesome! And for setting standards all dogs should live up to!
Katie and Nick, thank-you as well, for everything! I hope these give you as much joy as they have given me!
Much Love ♥Jasmine♥