Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Animal Christmas Photos 2013

It's no secret that I'm obsessed with my own animals, so it's only natural that I seek out friendships with other like minded people. This year I was able to do Christmas pictures for two of my friends (well, friends/sister ;)). We set out to make chumps of our pets, and I think we succeeded :)!

I've toyed with the idea of offering pet sessions at Christmas time, and I wish I would have thought about it more this year! Although, I guess between launching a new business and taking a theology class this fall...I've been a little busy! I had a great idea just now though. Christmas Pet mini sessions, where all proceeds go to a rescue organization or local shelter. WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THIS SOONER?!? Now I have to wait a whole year. ORRRR, I could do it for Valentine's Day?! I don't know. I come up with these ideas and then I have no idea if people would actually book. But if the fee was donation only, maybe? Thanks for being my business partner internet world, help me!

Anyways, let me give you what you really came here for: Adorable and Awkward Animal Christmas Photos.

First up, Maxwell Hall!




Then we have the lovely Sophie Girl:



Hitting the Egg Nog a little hard this year...



Can you believe somebody would just drop her off on the side of the road?!


Lastly, from the Hall clan, is Gus. I'm not shy in calling out my favorites. Gus is my favorite!


Quite the jokester


Yet also a serious business man.




Next up we have Kristi, Milo and Usta!


Milo is basically a living prop that will endure anything.





I just....don't know.




Had to sneak a few people pictures in there because I love these shots of Kristi!




And finally, just a few of my own kitty, Rigs. He was sleeping and I just picked him up and laid him under the tree. He wasn't pleased, but he endured. I love his hateful little face.




- Bethany

1 comment:

  1. These are adorable! I really love the idea of the proceeds from mini sessions going to an animal shelter too :) If I had my own pet and lived near you I would totally book a session for such a great cause.

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