Annemarie King: The Phodographer » Dog Portrait Photography in York and Yorkshire

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I’ve been waiting for the right time to share these images of Gemma because she is now no longer with us. Her Mum and Dad brought her to me to be photographed a little while ago,  and we’d hoped to use the bluebell wood, but Sandy mentioned that Gemma’s legs were rather tired now she was a bit older and not to worry if I just had to photograph her on the path near to the car. She might not be able to walk the short distance through the meadow to get to the wood.

Gemma though, had other ideas and shot across the meadow in search of all the lovely new smells her nose could find! We had to laugh, she was having so much fun. We easily made it to the wood and here’s some of the pictures.

Gemma was a lovely, lovely girl who I knew through York greyhound and lurcher walks, she was gentle and beautiful and had the most fantastic ears. To know her was to love her.

  • November 6, 2017 - 4:08 pm

    Sandy Busby - Dear Annemarie,
    When do you ever stop crying?!
    Tina passed on the blog you did about Gemma, thank you it brought back such lovely memories.
    She also told me about your beloved Boo – my heart-felt thoughts are with you at this time.
    It was lovely to see you at the end of the walk – Jessica thought so too!!
    Thanks for your beautiful photos, you have such an amazing gift.
    Sandy xxReplyCancel

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