I am thankful for the wonderful pet photographs of my fellow bloggers and creatives, and for their inspiring contributions to the ‘Close-Up’ theme this month on the blog. Do you struggle to get a good picture when you get close to your pet?
There is something special about getting a really good close-up and you will find lots of inspiring cat and dog pictures here.
A close-up of a
A picture makes our memories more solid and I am thankful I have so many pictures I printed off of our cat Peanut.
Dougie’s Pet Portrait
Ann Adamus from Zoolatry inspires us all with her creativity. I admire her photographs and her wonderful designs. Her dog Dougie looks solid, reliable and rather handsome.
Cheeky Mini Cat
Our colleague Hindy Pearson shared this picture and treasured memory taken with an unknown camera but she guesses an older phone or
This picture is the perfect example of a treasured memory close-up.
“I absolutely love this picture of my cat Mini (RIP), it has to be my all-time favourite of any I’ve ever taken.”
Pandora the G
Our third pet on the spotlight on Thankful Thursday is one of our favourite bloggers. Puzzlers, adventurers and book reviewers, there are few limits to the talents of the Bionic Basil B Team.
Meet Pandora, photographed with an iPhone.
Long-haired beauty and confirmation that you don’t always need a fancy camera to hit the beauty jackpot.
Everyone can enjoy taking pet pictures, and I have blogged about it here. Join Dash Kitten now and celebrate Thankful Thursday.
Marjorie is a motorbike riding blogger and award winning cat photographer who believes that everyone can shoot and edit wonderful pictures they love regardless of the camera they use.
She is a Professional member of the Cat Writers Association, Kuykendall Image Award winner and published photographer at the Guardian newspaper.