Love dog blog: Loves dogs and Lomography!

Love dog blog, is a unique and extraordinary place in the vast web world, where love for dogs and a strong aesthetic taste combine to give space to the four-legged friends ..

Mary Grace, the dog creative director of the blog, together with his contributors (ranging from dog trainer to the vet) all provide guidance and give tips for the health and happiness of our inseparable friends, for example, a list by region of dog's friendly beach, always taking care of every little detail. A blog where we talk seriously the welfare of the puppies, without forgetting the playful and the attractive graphics.

The graphics games are worthy of a weekly fashion editorials and pictures seem, however, editorial service where the protagonists are not people, but most of the time is Playa (Escondida), a small chihuahua of three years old.
In short, a blog dedicated to dogs at 360 ° with a touch of glamor.

A peculiarity is that Love Dog Blog has chosen Lomography with its photocameras for shooting its young protagonists, creating a photographic section by name lomo-dogblog where you can have a look at the shots made with Diana F+, Diana F+ with Instant Back e La Sardina!

It ’an ambitious and beautiful project that we are very proud to support!

written by alessiab on 2011-08-22 #blog-di-cani #amici-a-quattro-zampe #foto-di-cani #lifestyle #love-dog-blog
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