Sampson and Osa appreciate when I need to relax because it means they get a nice long walk. There’s no rhyme or reason to their outings, I’m afraid. I wish I could take them out in the morning…perhaps that will be a fall resolution. 🙂
I’ve never taken my camera with me on a dog walk, but was thinking that Sam and Osa look so curious and beautiful, how have I not already photographed them? Another man who was walking his dog called them “fine looking.” And they are! With their soft and sleek black fur.
Have you heard of [big] black dog syndrome? Last year, around this time, when Daniel and I were taking our engagement photos at the donkey rescue ranch, Marjorie told us about the “phenomenon” as we passed her rescued dogs. And then recently my friend Melissa of Bubby and Bean posted about the black dog project. Maybe I’m biased, but there’s a soft spot in my heart for black dogs. If you’re ever rescuing a pup of your own, take the darker furred babies into consideration. They sure are sweet. 🙂
p.s. I was just reading through Melissa’s post again and noticed that we both referenced having weak/soft spots in our hearts for black dogs. haha!