Black & White Sunday: Three’s Perfection

three pups

It’s not very often I am lucky enough to catch all three of these little terrors together, at least not with them all looking at the camera (or even in the same direction). So on the rare occasion it does happen, it feels all the more special. The pups would tell you, of course, that this is their exact intention… I’m not buying it.
This photograph is totally natural and not at all posed for, so it’s more than a little rough around the edges. They are in an awkward position, the lighting isn’t great and Millie’s hair is a complete mess. Looking at them all individually, if they were solo portraits they would be discarded and never see the light of day! However, all is forgiven because it is a rare, impromptu shot of the three of them together. In its own special way, this makes it perfection to me!

What makes an imperfect shot, perfect, to you?

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21 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: Three’s Perfection

    • Thanks Melissa! Y’know the groomer has been doing that for so long, I don’t even notice it anymore… We’re really lucky with her, she’s so good!
      Hugs, Carrie and Pups x

  1. Great group pawtrait! Love how Myfie, Ellie and Millie are all posing so naturally together and looking at you. Has a very natural and casual feeling. Gives a nice sense of how they interact with one another (and you!). 🙂

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