“To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring–it was peace.”
Those are the words of Milan Kundera and the inspiration behind my Silhouette Sunset Sessions. Tranquil, connected, colorful, simply paradise.
My goal: to create a vibrant, dreamy, and intimate experience in pet portraits. My models: Bailey, a nine-month-old golden retriever and her mama Lauren who met me late afternoon in early November at Mingo Creek Park, and wow–did we work some magic!
True or false: We actually had a sunset. Give up? That’s a big fat nope, and I knew it’d be a slim chance given the month’s super dreary and wet weather. So, are you curious how we ended up with these stunning hues? Check out this comparison to see what we had to work with versus what we ended up with.
Also, would you believe Bailey was leashed during her entire session? Bet I fooled you, didn’t I? See how a long lead allowed her the freedom to play and run while keeping her safe and in the area I needed her to remain to produce her silhouette.
If you’d love to bring the magical, colorful look of these images to your home as breathtaking signature wall art, I invite you to book one of these limited Fine Art Pawtrait Session spots. Due to several factors required to create these silhouettes, Silhouette Sunset Sessions will only be offered at Mingo Creek Park at specific times on select May and November dates.
If you would like to book a Fine Art Pawtrait Session for your pet, click here or give me a call at 724-913-BARK (2275). For more information on Bark & Gold Photography’s Fine Art Pawtrait Sessions, visit “Your Session” in the menu and be sure to share your email on my homepage to join the VIP list and be the first to know of upcoming dates.
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