This little girl was found in our yard. It was a hot August day and she was lying on her side panting. At first, we didn't know if she was wild, but soon learned she wasn't afraid of us. She just wanted to have a home and to be taken care of. So we took her in and nursed her back to health. We knew nothing about rabbits, but thanks to the internet, we learned quickly. Soon her gentle and loving personality began to shine. She's been with us for about four years now and we love her so much. She is the reason we got two more bunnies. They are now the subjects of my photography. The three bunnies don't get along so well together, so they must be seperated. Thanks to photoshop, I can at least get some photos of the three of them together. So because of them, I am learning about photography and Photoshop. My desire to capture moments in their lives has promted me to pursue a career in Pet Photography. The memories (photos) of these three lovely ladies mean so much to me. I would like to capture moments for other pet owners and preserve momories of the things pets do to enrich their owners lives.
Here's a butterfly I saw at the Lucas Butterfly Encounter. It's located in Orlando, FL.
Do you have a favorite location for a photography shoot? I'm always looking for new ideas.
Also, I promise I'll do better keeping up with this blog. Please let me know what you would like to see here. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.I look forward to hearing from you.