Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Yes I Do Have 2 Dogs

The hubbie pointed out that I haven't posted many pictures of Maggie.  It's true.  In my defense, Sadie is a spectacularly photogenic dog and Maggie's dark fur makes picture-taking for an amateur such as me somewhat difficult.  She is gorgeous when Mom masters camera, lighting, etc.  Here are a few of my faves over the years:

Baby Maggie (aka the Good Ol' Days when she didn't destroy EVERY toy)

Adolescent Maggie - one of the first beach trips where she discovered her love of driftwood.

Adult Maggie - Chasing Balls at the Beach is hard work!


  1. Hi Y'all,

    Just hopped by to say hello! Wow, chasing balls on that beach does look hard!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  2. Our Xena had beautiful black, shiny fur and I can attest to the difficulty in photographing her. Hopefully, you'll still consider joining our Super Dog Sunday Photo Blog Hop. Here's more:

  3. Looks like in all her phases so far, Maggie has kept something to chew on close by! Very cute photos!

    -Chandra at Daley's Dog YEars

  4. I love her expression in that first photo.

  5. Thanks everyone for checking me out. I love blog hops!

    @ Chandra - I've found the only way to get Maggie to stop for long enough to take a decent picture is by making sure she has someone in her mouth to chew on. That or throwing balls for 2 hours to tucker her out. :)

  6. Oops...someTHING in her mouth to chew on. Haha!

  7. Most definnitely difficult to photograph black - and yet it's probably the most dramatic to see in person!

  8. Mom says that it is a pain in the patoot to photograph black dogs - and me and Felix are both black! Those pictures of Maggie on the rocks are GORGEOUS though :)

  9. Oooh, so, so cute!!! I love that innocent puppy look in the first photo. Precious!