What a fun night!
There were not one, not two, but THREE puppy petting stations, incredible donations for the silent auction, delectable treats and a super fun fashion show - where four-legged friends - both adoptable and those already in loving homes - escorted designer-clad fashionistas down the runway for a great cause... the Victoria Humane Society.
VHS spokesdog, Gus was in attendance sporting his new bow-tie and even got to romp with his bestie (and VHS alum), Dova and at the end of the night, Gussy helped cart some purchased auction items to the cars!
(don't worry, he didn't *really* pull it for more than a second and it wasn't heavy and he was paid in Gus-friendly snax)
This is my third time volunteering to photograph this event and it just gets more and more fun each time... thanks to everyone who helped make it such a success!
Check out the photo gallery HERE!
Victoria Humane Society spokesdog Gus, a puppy "parade", some stylish clothes, a gaggle of adoptable dogs and some real 4-legged (and a super special 3-legged) superstars!
Thanks to Jaxx for giving me such a fantastic final shot... with his eyes closed. If you know me, you know how much I love photos of dogs with their eyes closed (I've made two books on it!).
Thanks to Outlooks for Men for such an incredibly fun event benefitting the important and tireless work of the Victoria Humane Society!
Part movie set, part stage set, all the mind of a creative genius.
For a complete tour of this studio which must been seen to be believed ~~
please click HERE.
The Victoria premiere of Somewhere to Go: Punk Victoria at the Roxy!
"By tracing the roots and continuing legacy of the Victoria BC punk scene, this documentary explores broader themes of rebellion, culture and community"
If you missed it, watch their facebook page for more showings!
So proud of Paulina Ortlieb along with Rob Nesbitt, Steve Bailey and all the people involved in bringing this film to the screen!
I've been neglecting my backyard for the last year or so, so it looks best at night or in the frost.
Last year I posted 'in the night garden'.
Here's 'in the frozen garden'.
It looked like summer, but felt like winter.
The sun shone and you could see your breath.
Loading gear, hurry up and wait. New connections, old friends and the feeling of 20 years ago.
Bum band playing live, hugs for the birthday girl, and braking for geese in Stanley Park.
Photo ops with a rented lens and random dogs... of course.