My little buddy absolutely hates his Santa hat, so I hope everyone appreciates his patience in giving you such a nice portrait. I also played around with the tree lights and shallow depth of field to get very blurry background lights – that was a fun experiment.
Merry Christmas …
Photographing the Polar Bear Dip was defiantly not me in my prime. Arriving late and parking the car further away than I thought, I got to the beach moments before the dip. I like arriving early to scout locations prior to shooting – it gives me a chance to find a good spot to set up camp. Doing my best to keep my lens dry, I basically made things worse, all images afterward turned out hazy. But that’s ok, I know what not to do next time. I still managed to get a couple decent images.
“The great pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with him and not only will he not scold you, but he will make a fool of himself too.” ~Samuel Butler
My few of my favorite dog images taken this year. Unfortunately a few of the images I wish weren’t on the list, but I have to share them.
8. Zombie Doggie
Very cute zombie dog – he was very popular at the walk.
7. Walking Around
This little guy was walking the streets all alone, he paused for a few seconds to let me take a photo, then continued with his walk.
This is what they consider a rescued dog back home – I was shocked.
Having not been to Poland for 20 years, it was nice to go back and see where I grew up for a few years. While I do love the country, it was defiantly good to come back home to Canada.
7. Tadeusza Kosciuszki
Such a wonderful atmosphere walking around these streets at night with all the beautiful lights and people taking strolls.
6. Yellow and White
A nice blend of yellow and white lights.
Fog really does make landscape more interesting.