Hello folks! Happy almost Spring. I guess it’s fitting that winter still has it’s grasp on the region. Nothing has been typical of the weather patterns in the last few years!
Of course, I’m not really here to discuss the weather! You want to see the new images! Well, it’s my pleasure to introduce Rosie, Coco and Charles (the little guy). Their parents came to me early in the year because their sweet Rosie had been battling cancer for some time. Her fight ended last month, as she passed away on February 10th. Rosie lived a remarkable life that really tested her will in this world. After surviving life on the streets with no home or shelter, Rosie was rescued right in the middle of an intersection one day. Her hero would soon become her owner and they formed a deep connection right from the start. Rosie’s life was soon filled with love, kindness and a home. I’m so honored to have met her, as her heart really touched mine. I hope that Rosie’s parents find comfort in the images and that they help to heal, to remember.
I checked the almanac just to confirm that it was, in fact, one of the coldest days of the year for our session. It was probably about 16 degrees outside! We mostly stayed warm inside but towards the end, we all bundled up and ventured out into the brutal air. My clients wanted to bring their pups over to a special place they frequent that holds meaning for them. I always say the location is secondary to one’s pets–but I truly love when the location is symbolic and meaningful for not just the owners, but for the pets too. You can see what a great time everyone had walking around the trails in Wissahickon Valley Park, esp running on the bridge to help keep warm! Here are a few of my favorites from our photo session.
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Stay…in the moments forever.