Back in August of 2012, American Idol came to Bowling Green, KY for a day of tryouts for the current season. A friend asked if I would like to go downtown and photograph some of the action. I did go, but didn’t take many photos of the singers and musicians. I was, instead, smitten with the furry friends who were hanging out with their families listening to the auditions. Here is a favorite from that day. I recently pulled it out to share with the Sunny Sixteen Photography Club for the Street Photography Challenge and decided I should share it here as well.
Archive: ‘Furry Friends’
Are you looking for a fun holiday card this year? Why not schedule a mini session with your pet for a great holiday card option!
30 minute session (Up to two pets. $20 each additional pet.)
25 Holiday Cards (5×7 flat, double-sided)
2 (5×7) prints
10% of the fee will be donated to the Bowling Green – Warren County Humane Society
5 card options to choose from. (For more options, visit us on Facebook at Cheree Federico Photography)
Session must be booked and take place by November 10, 2012.
Call today to reserve your session.
I recently went to a farm with one of my photography students so we could walk around and photograph all the animals and scenery there. I met a few horses, some cattle, turtles, birds, and my favorites there, donkeys. Here is one of my fave images from the outing. This is Esther, a shy female who is ever so sweet. I’m a sucker for close up photos of eyes.
Don’t miss out on the fun here in Bowling Green! Now scheduling Furry Friends Mini Sessions for September 15 & 16. You’ll get a 30 minute session, a pocket album, and five digital files for only $250. The best part? I will be donating 10% of the session fee to the Bowling Green/Warren County Humane Society. Let’s help the furry friends! I look forward to hearing from you.
I’m happy to share with you that I have been accepted to HeARTs Speak as a Professional Service Member. HeARTs Speak “uses the power of art to effect social change. We unite artists with shelters and animal relief organizations in order to save the lives of animals and better the lives of people. An artist can be a life-changer, an animal can live a long, happy life, and that is priceless.” To learn more, visit the HeARTs Speak website. If you are a foster family for animals, or if you know of foster families, please contact me today to come photograph the animals and help spread the word to find them permanent homes.
You met Badger yesterday, now meet her pal Archer. Archer is a Chihuahua-Yorkshire Terrier mix with a sweet disposition. I’m told he loves to dress up!
I met Badger when I was walking around in downtown Bowling Green at Fountain Square Park. She was recently adopted from the Barren River Animal Welfare Association in Glasgow and now has a forever home. She is a pit-bull mix and has the sweetest disposition. Don’t you just love her necklaces? Accessories do make the girl!
Don’t miss out on the fun here in Bowling Green! Schedule your session today. I look forward to hearing from you.