A hypothetical conversation with my dog.Read More
Now Millie isn’t exactly a puppy, but she IS loved. It’s so much fun being able to photograph how someone really feels about their pet.Read More
I pressed the shutter as we floated quietly by, the boat’s motor silenced, the only sound the click-click-click of my camera. Much thanks to my vacationing cousin and her husband for the photo opportunity.Read More
Wistfully, she stared to the other side of the barn, ever hopeful of a wiggly, little, grey, furry, pink-nosed snack.Read More
And suddenly one little girl’s world was turned upside down. Dad quickly flipped his daughter upside down, much to her delight. Of course the dog was oblivious to the fun he was missing out on behind him.Read More
I wanted to share with you the images I created for a photo group I belong to. This challenge was “Emotion”.Read More
I See Red—I photography group that I used to belong to is back at it again. I haven’t been participating in all the challenges, but I try to when I can.Read More
Hints of Change
I walked around the house this evening and figured I’d document these first signs that the season of summer is waning. An empty nest. A red leaf. Fallen leaves. Not thrilled about the ragweed (allergies). But the fall colors can be fabulous here. Have to wait and see!
Hints of Change is also a clue that I’m working on a facelift to my website Barb Kellogg Photography. This is the first I’m formally announcing the merger of my pet photography business, Sweet Clover Pet Photography, into Barb Kellogg Photography. The new website will highlight that I capture portraits of nature (of course), people, and pets. I’ll keep you posted on the debut!
Life is just a portrait waiting to be photographed.
Of course Mulder is just in this post because he can be. :)
Soft Pink Roses…I didn’t think of this at the time I was photographing them, but as I was looking at these roses on my computer, I realized they reminded me of my grandmother.Read More
A photograph of a local piece of art created with saplings.Read More
Vacant Lots and Opportunity
For now, there is a vacant lot next to our house. And there are wildflowers (ok, weeds) that bloom over there. I try to photograph before the guy comes and mows. And it’s about at that height where they mow. And it was a bit cloudy. So I spent a few minutes photographing weeds.
It’s definitely that time of year for the dandelions to bloom. And fade. And then bloom again.
I think I like the abstract version of weeds better than the more traditional view. It seems less “weedy”.
And neither of these will make the website, but I don’t always photograph with the intent to sell an image. Sometimes I just think things are pretty. Or interesting. Or both.