I may be biased, but clearly the best darn dog ever! Taken on a hike on a Ko'olau Ridge during a brief rest as Baxter surveys the trail ahead.
Symon's first beach frolic, while he still had long hair. An absolutely gorgeous Briard, but I am so happyI wasn't responsible for cleaning the wet and sandy mess afterwards! With long-haired dogs I like to play with the oil-paint filter for this interesting effect.
High up on the Ko'olau spine at the summit of a long ascent, Molly slips Baxter a kiss before we descend.
Zoe, the Jack Russell Terrier, posed perfectly for our early morning photo shoot. This was the perfect image for the "stand out" photo technique used here, making her "pop" out of the image.
Kona's breed name, the wirehaired pointing griffon, is a mouthful for sure. And Kona is a handful--maybe not the brightest bulb, but she definitely knows how to pose for the camera! Another great subject for the oil paint effect.
Sweet is the best way to describe this boy--when I walk him he looks up at me often to ensure everything is OK. Definitely not a mean bone in his body.
Missy is so tiny I had to attach chopsticks to her harness so she wouldn't accidentally squeeze through the railing and fall off the deck! This was shot in my front yard--albeit tiny, this girl can JUMP!