Each week a group of wonderful photographers from Beautiful Beasties Network challenges each other to take on an assignment. This is a great way to network, get to know each other, and just try new things in general.
This weeks theme is paws. Often, I get inspired at the shelter for these projects. I like to show others that donating even few hours a week can make a difference. I have taken a lot lately. I don't regret a moment. I have became better photographer, because of my shelter work. I am forever grateful, being able to save lives, and still display what I see that others don't have idea about. I have been busy this week, but I have few shots for my paws project.
At this time shelters around the country are experiencing breeding season. Shelters are full of puppies, kittens, and pregnant mommas. I have never seen so many kittens! Clay Shelter was full of kittens. Perfect time to get inspired!
On this photo there are two paws of a kitty that is waiting for a new home. He is handsome boy, super sweet, and affectionate. He will lay there all day like this. What a strategy, it works, he gets lots of attention!
This is super cute photo of two kittens trying to get my attention. They just wanted to be snuggled with and petted. They have pulled my shirt into their cage. So sweet. I have given them some love, don't worry. Look at these paws hanging on up high.
My last photo with my own spin on it. Often I will take a photo, I call it Shelter Project, and I will put my own spin on the photo. Often I will borrow a quote. Great challenge for sure. As the volunteer passed by the kittens, one kitty reach out of the cage. So, I had to put this photo into my own words. So emotional. Hope they all find amazing homes soon!
I hope you had fun and enjoyed my weekly project, maybe got inspired to volunteer for your local shelter :) Head over to view translation of our project to Candid K Nines, Windsor Ontario Pet Photographer. This is a circle and we always have lots of photographers participating. Please scroll down on each blog and visit the next photographer.