Junior My photo Lab

Junior our second labrador (hence he was the Junior) passed on to the big dog park in the sky today.  He was with us for 13 years and for many of those years was my excuse and companion on photo excursions, getting to photograph in great depth the parks near my Plymouth, MN home.  He photobombed some of my shots and often was an unwitting model.  But he took me to some great shots, but I never got him to carry the camera bag.  One of the last photo trips was to a local park reserve for some great shots of Fall color last year.  I pushed him harder than I should and he was barely able to walk at the end.  I knew my photo lab was going to be shutting down, but it was a good run for many years.  So here is Junior during the Photo Lab years. Love you June June.

Artistic Junior Boxer Pillow #3 Copy of Here comes the Plow, March snowstorm 07 Junior Grass Lab IMG_0883 IMG_1457 Junior and Daddy Junior and Katelyn get acquainted Junior and them dam barsJunior gets a Christmas Ear rub Junior chews in, Christmas Morn 05 #1 Junior getting the David love treatment Junior in a bed of grasses, General Mills Nature Reserve' Junior in WHS woods Oct 2010 Junior meets the flower pot Junior panting on hot Fall day Baker Park #1 Junior sized Junior stylized On the trail with junior Self Protrait of Junior and meJunior after ear surgeryJunior on the path at Millennium Garden, PlymouthJunior on Parkers Lake pathJunior and his duck squeek friend

 

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About donnphoto

Photographer, writer, manufacturer's rep. Specialize in fine art, travel and architectural photography. Writing a fictional novel (see Ballbrakker links) and music lyrics. Sell commercial interior building products. Play golf poorly. www.donnphoto.com
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One Response to Junior My photo Lab

  1. Tracy says:

    The pictures show a life well lived and loved. Sorry to hear this news…..Tracy

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