Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Dog Whisperer

Clearly I overlooked another picturesque career that would lead to many drool-worthy tails tales. Dog photographer Erin Vey makes me second guess my initial statement that travel photography must be one of the best gigs around. Canines or Caravans—which subject would you prefer?

16 comments:

Kitty said...

This post absolutely made my day! Loves me some puppies! Thanks! kitty

Mrs. Blandings said...

Don't those weimereiners (my spelling is horrible) have the expressions of an old married couple? Love these.

Krissy said...

the one looking out the window is so wonderful!! what a fun career it would be...

DescribeHappy said...

I choose dogs!! Dog photography as a career must be a really reward and hilarious job! Those are some great shots!

SogniSorrisi said...

Adorable!!

Katie said...

Precious! Love the tooth on the last one! :)

sashyjane said...

Oh most definitely canines! But it would be even better if those canines were in Paris or London or any other fun travel destination. I love the droopy lips on that third one!

magdabeez said...

Can I have the dogs and the travel? I'd like that.

megan said...

Both are equally intriguing, but I think the dog photography tugs on your heartstrings a bit more {if you are a dog lover}.

abigail said...

I love these!
but I'd pick travel photographer. I already act out my dog photographer fantasies by taking photos of my own dogs.

Christen said...

I love puppies but I still think the travel gig is a better deal!

melissa davis said...

The 3rd one down reminds me of one of OUR dogs!! Adorable. ;)

leigh said...

OH, the 2nd to last stole my heart as it made me instantly think of lil Hen & "the Team!" :D OBVIOUSLY, you know which photog career I choose! But I must warn "magdabeez" who asks:

Can I have the dogs and the travel?

Umm,NO. Call me; I will explain.

valerie said...

ahhh hello dogs!!! the last guy is so handsome. this made my day xoxo

The Lil Bee said...

I used to want to be a photojournalist for that very same reason. Such an amazing adventure all the time. But, yes, I think being a dog photographer must be pretty rewarding. And challenging, I'm sure!

Marte Marie Forsberg said...

These shots are just great!
I am not a dog lover, but I cant help it when they are presented like this:)