Just like humans, dogs form attachments to their personal possessions and can give the viewer deeper insight into their identity. The items that shape their daily routine, that they carry, keep, and even eat- give us a glimpse into their hearts and minds. They show us what makes them most proud or happy and even puts their vulnerability on display. Capturing the things that mean the most to them also captures the heart of the viewer as the dog’s life is fully exposed in one image.
Check out this post where I explain the entire Creative Process to create this series.
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THE BEST IN SHOW
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1 THE NEUROTIC
Bear / English Bulldog, 4.5 years old
2 THE SENIOR
Magda / Cocker Spaniel Dachshund mix, 13.3 years old
3 THE PRINCESS
Lola Rose / Maltese Shih Tzu mix, 1.3 years old
4 THE BEST IN SHOW
Zig / Afghan Hound, 3 years old
5 THE FETCHER
Knuckles / Australian Shepherd, 7 years old
6 THE STRAY
Marmaduke / Shar Pei Pitbull mix, 7.5 years old - He’s up for adoption! - Pacific Pups Rescue