My kiddos :)

I wanted to post some photos of my 2 dogs. I got a few good shots of them, which is really hard to do! And since I found some new Photoshop actions this week, I wanted to try them out. Love them!


Tinker - I can never get her to sit long enough to take a photo!


Maya - added a texture to a photo for the first time in Photoshop too!


Pretty girrrrrrl


Action called "Seventies" by


Random thoughts

“The ground beneath is nothing more than one point of view”

That lyric comes to mind when I look at this picture. (Can you name the song?)

Spring is here, and that means flip-flops. 🙂

And there’s something in the spring air that makes my dogs goofy.

Dont know why she insisted on laying like this for 10 minutes...

Its not quite warm enough yet for her summer haircut.

I hope I’m not boring you with more pictures of my dogs. It needs to get nicer outside so I can get out and take photos of something other than them…

Happy Spring!

Got outside yesterday to enjoy the beautiful weather and noticed the plants that are coming up. I like watching flowers come up in the spring, and since I never remember whats buried there or what color they were, it’s a surprise when they bloom. I got some shots of the lillies and other plants around my house.

f/7.1 speed 1/200 ISO 100 55mm

f/7.1 speed 1/200 ISO 100 55mm

f/5.6 speed 1/60 ISO 400 55mm

 We started a little bit of spring cleaning, and that meant for the dogs too. 🙂 They got new collars and Tinker got her summer haircut. She was showing off her new digs.

f/6.3 speed 1/320 ISO100 18mm

f/5.6 speed 1/125 ISO 320 55mm

f/5.6 speed 1/125 ISO 140 55mm

Hope your week ahead is pain-free and goes quickly so we can enjoy another beautiful spring weekend 🙂

My dogs

My husband and I have 2 dogs, Maya – a lab and Tinker – a cockapoo (we think). Here are a few of my favorite shots of them. It’s hard to get a good photo of Tinker because she’s small and therefore energetic. But the first picture I took with my new camera turned out to be the best one of her.


A couple shots of Maya:



In this one, they are looking out the front door and watching the squirrels. They will do this for hours on end….kind of funny.

Maya & Tinker