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Frannie, Charlie and Graham

I love taking photos of dogs. I love taking photos of my friends' dogs even more. Meet Frannie, Charlie, and Graham who you should know by now. Did I mention taking photos of a black dog on black is difficult? It is.

Frannie and Graham pose for the prom.
Frannie and Graham posing for some sort of dog prom.
Boink - Frannie trying to catch a treat but failing.
Boink! Frannie trying to catch a treat but not quite making the connection.
Frannie Portrait
Frannie portrait. She's a good dog.
Frannie face turn
Frannie doing a little turn.
A little lady
Blem.
Frannie and her mom
A mother's love.
Charlie and Frannie
A furry Silver Lake couple.
Bat Dog
The bat dog.
Charlie Jump
Charlie jumping for a treat.
A big smile.
Graham giving everyone a big smile.
Treat in the air
Catching the treat
treat collision
high definition derp
High definition derp.

Bloopers

what is happening?
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Published

Sep 2, 2020

Author

Steve Berry

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