Pet Photography Session – Bear and Jack

It was a gorgeous October afternoon… rich in colour and in sunshine. Rhonda, Bear, Jack and I (camera-in-hand) headed out in the hopes of capturing some great moments, employing the autumn splendor as our backdrop. The location was Kildonan Park and Nature did not disappoint. What a perfect venue for capturing fall in all of it’s Manitoba glory.

Rhonda, Jack and Bear are long-time friends. Interestingly, five years ago, 5 month old Jack was the first shelter dog that I ever photographed. That photograph opened doors and introduced me to the wonderful folks at Winnipeg Animal Services. To this day the W.A.S. dogs own my heart.

It was that very same photo that connected Rhonda to Jack (then Aspen) and the beginning of Jack’s forever family. Handsome Bear is Jack’s canine sibling. Bear is the most lovable and the largest Samoyed that I have ever met. Together Bear and Jack make up a most charming duo … one that I am thrilled to photograph, any place, any time. Along with their beautiful “mom”, of course!

Jack - Bear

Jack-Bear-Rhonda

Smiling JackHandsome Jack

Handsome BearJack-Rhonda-Bear

duckpond

Jack-Bear

a walk in the park

Rhonda-Jack-Bear

We walked, we talked… making frequent stops atop the growing carpet of leaves to click the camera shutter.

Thank you Rhonda for the pleasure of photographing your two boys on that gorgeous fall day. So far we have winter and fall covered. At the very least, we have two more seasons to go. Hope to see you soon.

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