Oops, didn't state why mine are my faves. I like them all, because they just make them look picture perfeect. I love Annie's because she doesn't smile much, and that was the perfect smile. I love Blue's because it shows how content he is. Same with Mattie and Callie's.
Bella:what the picture doesnt show is the killed stuffie in the bed which she was doing her best to prove she hadnt helped with, the little white fuzz on her mouth gave her away... she was such a cute little puppy... I miss that.
Elle: (on the left)... she looks like she is getting ready to eat the new addition to the family.
Armani: I LOVE watching him sleep... because he sleeps so peacefully and I can kiss the side of his face and I am in heaven.
I just *love* this one of Sally, and I'm not even sure why--just something about it....
My fav of Jack is the one I have in my siggy. It's just *so* him. We were at the dog park and DH took the pic. He found this huge chunk of ice that he just *had* to pick up--he was offering it to me in the pic....
^She is the most majestic dog I have ever had anything to do with. This photo was taken a few months ago, she's 11 years old in it. And yet she still looks so watchful and so elegant. The is the sweetest, most gorgeous dog I could have hoped to get to grow up with.
^This is him, I took it one day when I was sitting out the front with him. He is protective, ever watchful, a guardian. But he still has that puppy curiosity and he is the biggest dork of a dog I know.
^This isn't the photo I wanted (willpost it if I can find it) but its her, always happy, she doesn't know misery or even disapointment, that would take up space in her "having fun" sectors.
^I really really like this one of Buster, I have several favourites but this is the one I want people to see. Its such a small part of him captured on film and it explains him well. Its that moment where he starts to become confident in whatever he is doing, relaxes and looses that unsure-ness that sticks to him most of the time. Its that transition moment between nervous and confident, wanting to be with me or in his own world. It isn't the photo that shows how goofy he can be, or the one that shows how incredibly contained he keeps himself. I love this one, with that little smile like he's just relising for the first time that he doesn't have to worry anymore.
I didn't even take this picture--it was the picture the shelter had of her on the website. (So it's the picture that made me fall in love with her before I even met her!) The file name was "Lucybigsmile", and that describes her to a T. She's the happiest, most joyful dog I've ever met.