When my pocket Nikon point-and-shoot finally died, and I transitioned to my first Nikon DSLR, it changed me forever. The technology of the DSLR enabled me to take better, crisper, more vivid photos...the way I had always wanted my photos to look. It was insane. That was February. Since then, I've become quite the amateur photographer, my camera at my side wherever I go. Anything and everything is a good subject. I am currently taking workshops and working toward my certification in digital photography at the college where I work.
Early this year, I began a blog about my photography work at the shelter. Now that I've expanded my horizons and learned more about my craft, I thought it was time to expand the scope of my blog where all my photos could be displayed, shared, and critiqued, if people so choose. Yes, I will post shelter dog photos from time to time, but I also have much more to share with you these days. I hope you will enjoy this blog as much as I know I will enjoy creating it. Here's to embracing a new direction.
Peter, my first shelter dog subject.
Cowboy, who survived being slashed across the throat and his heartworm treatments, now resides on a yacht in Jekyll Island.
One of my favorites, Blue, is now happy in a forever home with two young boys.
Maddie, found her forever home in New Jersey with wealthy Ferrari dealer and his family.
Shy girl, Alissa, recently found her forever home with a wonderful family.
"Within every stray lies the singular desire to be loved."