A Puppy's First Walk on Film

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Many of my photo adventures include my favourite subject, William. I knew from day one that I wanted to document his life…and most especially his puppy years. I took along the Diana to document our first little walk in the park and I still laugh when I see these photos. William was so little back then! This was the first of our many adventures since.

William learns we are going to the park (ears are up!)

Off to the park we go!

William is doing a few poses.

Sitting down and taking in the fresh air.

William is getting a bit cold…and starts to cry here…I decide to continue the adventure another day!

Homeward bound!

This was one of the most memorable adventures ever, and I am so happy that I decided to capture that day…

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written by breyer on 2012-09-14 in #lifestyle #toronto #canada #pet #diana #park #photowalk #dog #120-film #winter #chihuahua

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