Sunday, January 27, 2013

No Food?

No Food?
Henry: "Momma!"



No Food?
Zachary: "You've GOT to be kidding."



Dog Blog Post #945



Photography Assignment


A…

113 Pictures in 2013 - "#18. Circle"

… with a line through it, Daily Dog Challenge "454. Symbolic - Take a picture of your dog with something that is a symbol."

… of the word "NO".

As in, NO Food, or at least NO Food in that quantity.

Poor boys, the diet continues...

Behind the Scenes


You might recall me waxing poetically at the bottom of the You Can Never Have Too Many post a few days ago, about my new found love - a blue microfiber cloth that I use as a drool rag.

Here is the very same rag in action (taken so I can keep the camera from falling asleep.)


Behind the Scenes



You may also note my rather scrunched position here. That's because I'm tucked in the corner between the backdrop just a foot or so behind the canister, and yet more cabinets just behind me on the right. Next to me (toward the camera) is the light stand with the light/flash and umbrella.

Yup - there was whole lot going in those few feet of my kitchen!

Finishing out the lighting is the silver reflector leaning against the fridge behind Zachary and little bit toward the camera.


Mischief Monday


No Food


Since I needed a prop, the high key shot above is actually the first one I took today.

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5 comments:

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Woof! Woof! Golden DROOL! I can relate especially if food is involved. You guys are on diet? Happy MM. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Amy said...

The microfiber is a great idea for droolers. Toby doesn't drool but he is supposed to watch his waistline. He's getting weighed today at his daycare so perhaps he'll be making Henry's sad face for real. I hope not...

houndstooth said...

I just got a new towel from Poochie Bells that we tried out last night after our wet walk, and I am in love with it, too! That thing really sucks up the water and dirt!

I'm feeling a little sad looking at those portions in the bowl, though!

Sue and Doug said...

the boys would fade away to nothing if that's all they got to eat! such torture! :)

sagechronicles said...

That teensy bit of food would be enough to make ME drool too!