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Lynn won a gift certificate that I donated to the RISPCA for one of their fundraisers and she wanted to get some portraits of her with her dog, Owen. She adopted Owen from the RISPCA a few years ago and absolutely adores him. I am a dog lover and get pretty excited when my photo sessions involve any type of animal, but I won’t lie to you: I just about melted when I saw Owen’s sweet little face peering out of Lynn’s car at me. He had the fluffiest little ears I’ve ever seen and I could instantly tell he was a very refined little guy.

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The ears. Oh my gosh, the ears.

We met at Beavertail Lighthouse in Jamestown, RI, and I got a variety of portraits of the two of them together and separate. Owen isn’t totally reliable off-leash but I never mind editing leashes out. I am always happy to photograph a safe, leashed pup! Owen listened to Lynn so well, which made my job very enjoyable.

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The bandana was pretty adorable too.

I always bring treats and a squeaky toy to sessions with dogs (ok, and kids too), but I really didn’t need them for Owen. He always seemed to know when to look at the camera, and when to look wistfully at the horizon. He cracked me up!

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I just wanted to snuggle him!

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I loved the colours Lynn chose to wear. They were perfect for a session by the water! She looked beautiful.

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Lynn told me she’s so happy she found Owen at the RISPCA but looking at him, I think he knows he’s got it pretty good, too 😉

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So sweet.

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I adore the rocks at Beavertail. They are worth the work to get down to the bottom.

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It was very overcast when we got there initially, but it started to clear up towards the end of the session. Thanks, Mother Nature!

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He may be the most photogenic dog I’ve ever met!

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Surveying his kingdom 🙂

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