The Worst Photography Subject Ever

12 Aug

Bosco in all of his glory, plus eye-goo and something on his nose.

So my boyfriend loves two things very much–the family dog and photography.  Currently he has a Canon Rebel XS, which allows him to take super awesome pictures of everything.  But, of course, we’re talking to a girl to takes all of her photos on her i-Pod (sad I know).

Recently, as a photographer, my beau discovered that a 4-year-old chocolate lab is officially “the worst photography subject ever.” After about half an hour of attempting to photograph the pup, Mr. Photo ended up with these two lovely pics.

What a cutie! ...But I am a little partial.

I felt the need to share these photos with my dear readers for some inexplicable reason. The one directly above is my favorite.  I feel it captures the simplicity of summer (especially from a pup’s perspective), and it also demonstrates the rustic beauty of summer.

Plus, I think these are the best photos that we will ever get of the “worst photography subject ever.”

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