Just as Monet and the other Impressionists suffered much rejection at first from the established art world, we had to reject many photos of Molly before getting just the right ones for our Monet and his haystacks and cathedral series.
Disclaimer: No dog was harmed in these photos, unless you think 100s of treats per session is harmful. Molly loved it, but she did have to do a little dieting afterwards to get back that svelte, streamlined corgi shape!
So here they are: Cute Corgi Photos
Getting the beret to stay on those corgi ears was a challenge!
It often fell too far back or …too far forward!
Sometimes she was very patient; other times she was not.
She always wanted treats for being good, which complicated keeping the beret on!
It took lots of behind the scenes preparation!. I’m in awe of those who do animal photography for a living
We were surprised she didn’t go for the French bread!
Eventually she was truly done. I guess she thought she was hiding!
Here again are the great photos I used! A round of applause, please , for the model!!
One last thing: spring has finally come to the Rockies, so we’re going to take a little break to enjoy it.
Molly is ready to get out and play ball! Oh, and she wants you to notice she is once again sleek and ready to run!We’ll be back soon, but in the meantime you might visit our series of posts from last summer about nature. there are lots of activities to help you enjoy the beauty of God’s creation.
Thanks for visiting. Molly would love see your comments on which photos you like best!
I love them all, Molly and you are very patient with your folks.
Thanks, Ellie! She was very patient!!