Pogo at the Beach! (Wordless Wednesday – 23 April 2014)

Pogo at the Beach

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Street Photography – Doggy Style!

When browsing photography blogs recently, I noticed a trend for a particular candid style called Street Photography.  It involves taking a snapshot of unsuspecting passers-by and trying to capture a slice of their life.

“Street photography is a type of documentary photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places such as streetsparksbeaches,mallspolitical conventions and other settings.”  [Wikipedia – Street Photography]

On a recent trip to the seaside town of Howth, I thought I would attempt some street photography of my own, using dogs as my subject matter!  Here are the best captures!

Labrador Tail!

Swimming Spaniels!

Walking in Howth

Running Spaniel!

Shih Tzu in a coat!

A Windy Evening Walk

The other evening, we enjoyed a blustery evening walk.  Though the days are getting longer, the sun is still setting around 5 – 5.30 ish. The sky was amazing and created a very magical feel to our walk.  We got back to the car just as dusk was settling in.  We would have loved to stay longer, but we hadn’t brought a torch or The Lads’ high-vis vests.  Here are a few of my favourite photos:

Casper running

All my Lads!

Casper the Bichon Frise

Heading back to the car

Sunset at Bull Island, Dublin (Wordless Wednesday – 25 Jan 2012)

Sunset at Bull Island

Past Wordless Wednesday photos:

Beach Dogs – The Last Walk of 2011

We are very lucky to have a lovely beach not far from our home.  Despite it being very close to a seafront suburb, we have found this beach to be deserted any time we have gone there.  This means we can let the dogs off the lead and they are free to paddle, dig, chase each other (and us!) and generally run amok!

We save this walk for a special treat as The Lads come home covered in sand!  It’s not as bad as it looks because once they have dried off, I can brush them and the sand comes straight off.

We took them here on New Year’s Eve 2011 and filmed their antics.  Here is a little video of The Lads having fun at the beach!

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