If there was one way to sum up In Defence of Dogs it is this: Dogs are not wolves. If there was one more it would be that wolves are wildly misunderstood. It’s not necessarily an easy read as it’s heavy on the science, but anthrozoologist and author Dr John Bradshaw has a lot of … Read moreBook Review: In Defence of Dogs by John Bradshaw
Generally this time of year in Melbourne is associated with: Ugg boots Fireplaces Hearty meals Complaining about the cold Netflix, lots and lots of Netflix But! It’s also an amazing time of year for pet photography. The light is gorgeous, the grass is green and mist is pretty. Many dogs also find cooler temperatures more … Read moreWinter Wonders
When the weather warms up we modify dog walks to take into account snake activity, but also because Delilah is not a fan of the heat and likes to cool off in as much water as possible! We have a lake very close by which is perfect for this, but sometimes I like to jump … Read moreWarm weather romping
My great uncle was an enthusiastic photographer, so when he passed away he left behind a lot of equipment and a huge amount of Kodak slide film which expired in the 1970’s. My first film camera came from this collection – an Olympus OM-1 – and a few of us worked our way through the … Read moreThe beauty of old lenses
Going for walks with my camera and canine companion is very time consuming. He wants to pee on every blade of grass and I want to take photos of them.