Dreaming of Seabrook in August- Fergie and Family photos

It’s still cold in Seattle, dipping down into the upper 30’s/lower 40’s overnight, and while the worst of the weather is past us (I think), I have been dreaming of a trip I took to the ocean with my family and Fergie last summer. I haven’t had time to share the images until now, but now seems like an appropriate time to be dreaming of summer. Enjoy, and think sun!

This is a close-up on that last shot. LOL!

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The shot on the left below is my new very favorite photo of Fergie, second only to this one. She melts me.
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Seabrook gnome village.

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Auntie Michelle ‘hid’ Fergie’s frisbee, and she couldn’t figure out what happened to it. Finally she noticed it on top of Michelle’s head. I love the little sit she does at the end.
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Although I’ve been making it out to Seabrook a couple of times per year, (you can see past photos here, here and here), and probably would have gone already this year (and have really really wanted to), I’m saving up to go to Hawaii for eight days in July. My sis is getting married and I am her maid of honor. It’s going to be a FANTASTIC trip. This means we’ll probably need to wait until the fall or early 2014 for our next Seabrook trip. But that’s ok, because I hear Hawaii is pretty cool too. 😉

That said, if you are planning a trip to Seabrook and would like some professional Seabrook Washington pet photography, please email me and let’s schedule a date!

5 thoughts on “Dreaming of Seabrook in August- Fergie and Family photos

  1. Alana- for this shoot I used my Canon 5D Mark III and two different lenses: the 24-70 2.8 L and the 24mm 1.4 L II, both Canon.

    For apartment dogs for active people, I always recommend taking a look on Petfinder for a medium/large mixed breed dog with some lab or active breed in it. Visiting a shelter or talking to a foster parent can be very helpful too, as they can tell you how much activity an individual dog needs every day. Interestingly enough, the bigger the dog is, usually the more he/she sleeps and the less active they are indoors. Often small ‘apartment-sized’ dogs can have a lot of energy and turn into barkers if they don’t get a lot of exercise or stimulation. My dog Fergie was great in an apartment because she is very mellow indoors, yet a total athlete outside. I don’t know if that helps but hopefully it does! 🙂

  2. Hi there,

    These shots are so atmospheric and stunning. I have two questions : which camera do you use, and what photo editing software did you use to get these shots? Also, what kind of dog would you recommend for individuals who live in apartments but are still wanting active dogs?


  3. Hi Jamie,
    My name is Jane and I’m with Dwellable.
    I was looking for blogs about Seabrook to share on our site and I came across your post…If you’re open to it, shoot me an email at jane(at)dwellable(dot)com.
    Hope to hear from you soon!

  4. Hi The Barking Lens! Sorry, I just saw this. The frisbee is a West Paw Design ZOGOFlex. 🙂

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