I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love.

For me they are the role model for being alive.

~ Gilda Radner

Monday, May 2, 2011

Rumble at Snicker's house

Stumpy and Fenway were invited over to Snicker's house for a pawtee. Snickers and Fenway hit it off right away. It was impossible to catch the three of them, together, in a video. They just moved way too fast.

Getting a picture of the three of them was hard enough!

That's cute, but can I get you guys to line up side by side?

Stumpy? Move up a little bit more, please. Snickers! Look up here!

Nice, Snickers! Stumpy, I need you to move up a just little bit. And Fenway? Could you look at me, please?

Alrighty, then.

That's a wrap!

Thanks to our men and woman in uniform!


♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Yes, tough getting ONE to look, even more of a challenge to do TWO. THREE???? Almost impossible. No matter how much Mom tries, Phantom always wants his space, so you usually see him apart from the other two. We think you did pretty good getting three in the same frame. Bet they all had fun playing you:)

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Carey Brown Strombotne said...

perpetual motion is hard to capture!

Jan said...

We think we may see America's New Top Model in there.

rottrover said...

Here! Here! on the trying to capture THREE in the same frame!! We like the first one with Stumpy's ears standing at attention in the back!! Good job!

Rottie Kisses!

An English Shepherd said...

They look very chilled in each others company :-)

Kari in Alaska said...

Yes, we have trouble getting a three dog pic at our house!


Pat Wahler said...

The Mathematical Formula for Photographing Animals:

For every critter in a potential photo, you must multiply the staging efforts by at least six. Add about 100 snapshot attempts, divided by your frustration level, and you'll produce the sum of one, half-decent picture.


NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With KhattleDog! said...

And that is why Mom uses video so much for her transports!

I wish I khould have rumbled too -

Imagine four of us!


Homeless said...

Stumpy hammed it up until the last frame when figured the dogs just weren't gonna get it. Rain is the same way anymore. I guess I have made her pose too many times. She just stands there and hams it up.

They all look so happy.

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

OP Pack, I KNOW it's possible because I've seen some great 3-dog shots on your blog!

carey, "HARD" is an understatement!

Jan, Stumpy was a champ through out the photo shoot

rottrover,Stumpy's a star, isn't she?

Kari, I've noticed the couch provideds an opportunity at your house.

K9Friend, There's a mathematical formula? No wonder I am so bad! I'll be doing some homework, trying to figure that out.

Khyra, I couldn't get thim in a video. I tried! Believe me I tried!

Homeless,I gave up when stumpy gave up. she was so hopeful, the entire time, that each pose was going to be her last.

Brenda's Arizona said...

Great photos, esp. them lined up in a row. I bet is was a FUN time!!!!

Anonymous said...

Yep the line up was my fav too :) Looks like they were waiting their turns to get a plate from the chef ;) Great pawty and a fun tellin :D

Waggin at ya,

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

Brenda, the dogs did that line-up on thier own and lined up from biggest to smallest. No way it could happen two times in a row!

Roo, When they were waiting for the plate they were all underfoot and under the grille!

Jed and Abby in MerryLand said...

Great dogs, nice photos. However, mama's FAVORITE part was the so totally, perfectly appropriate song clip at the end! What an apt comment! Thanks!

Jed & Abby

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

Jed and Abby, that song is stilll runnng through my head and has been, non-stop, since I heard the news.