Normally, Boston terrier Sinead and pug Liam can be relied upon to take a good photo. Sure, there may be one or two outtakes among the golden dog photography examples, but there are usually a few good ones I can pull out of any photo shoot.
I had planned to share some photos of Liam and Sinead in front of my magnificent lavender plants for Wordless Wednesday, as hosted by BlogPaws. But instead, all I got were outtakes.
Seriously. Every one is funky.
I can't tell quite what she's doing here. Barking or whistling or smacking her lips. But she doesn't look like the pretty dog we all know and love.
And the next shot isn't better.
It looks like she's had one too many martinis here. Is she winking? Smirking? It's hard to tell.
And now it looks like she's talking out the side of her mouth to her drinking buddy. What in the world went wrong? I was going to try to set her up in a new spot for new photos. And then I got this.
No photos, please! Okay, I get the message.
So I thought I'd move the shoot over to reliable pug, Liam. He'd been watching this whole thing go down, so I felt sure he'd know what I wanted. Unfortunately, I think the shoot went on too long for him.
He looks just really bored here, doesn't he? Not interested in working this photo shoot at all. But I thought I'd try once more.
Okay, I'm done.
Any of you out there have horrible photography days? Shoot me a note in the comments and share your stories. I'd love to hear them!
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