Every now and then I go through and purge “junk” images from my archives, and as I’m deleting the throw-away images, I always discover forgotten keepers like these shots of Suki. The one up top has some weird flare in the frame, but I love Suki’s expression. Taken with my now retired Nikon D300s and […]Read More Forgotten Keepers
Fuji X100 | 1/200 sec, f/2.8, ISO 200 Such a historic day for Suki, and as you can see, she’s quite happy about it. Today we granted her the most off-leash freedom she has ever had. There’s no better place in the city to do this than at Fort Funston, an old military outpost located at the south […]Read More Suki…Unleashed!
I can’t think of a good reason why I’d ever drive to LA and back in the same day. Ok, I can think of ONE: To see a giant crowd of Shibas. Shibapalooza is an annual event hosted by the Shiba Club of Southern California. How could we not go!? There was a picnic lunch, […]Read More Shibapalooza!
For me there is nothing more fun to do photographically than take pictures of a Shiba. What about taking pictures of three Shibas? Now that’s what I call an awesome afternoon. This here is the mighty Taro. Just look at his confident gaze and large stature. The Taro executive shot. Feel the power of the […]Read More Three Shiba Stars
Packing up and getting ready to head out alone on a photo walk, I turn around as I open the front door to see Suki giving me the “I’m going too, right?” look. Agh, she gets me every time! Ok Suki, let’s go… People often ask me how I get Suki to cooperate when I […]Read More More Dog Park Antics
Olympus E-PL2 + Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 Time off work for a visit to the doctor’s on a Friday. Gotta love it. After my appointment, I had some time to kill before picking up the wife from work, so I decided to coffee up. Tucked away along a small city street in the heart of Hayes […]Read More The Blue Bottle Kiosk
It’s been quite a while since Suki had her last bath, and today was the day. Do you think Suki has any idea what she’s in for at today’s pet store visit? My guess is no! The Shiba Inu is a very fastidious and clean animal, so we don’t need to do this too often. […]Read More The Suki Wash