I’ve been plowing through photos here in the run up to next weekend’s CP+, trying to get myself ready, because you never know when you’re going to have to pitch yourself at a trade show. This one I shot as a more personal shot, but, since everyone loves dogs, I thought I’d throw it up here.
I was lucky enough to make it back to my family in Chicago for Christmas, and it was a blast. One of the things that I enjoyed much more than I expected was that my family has gotten one bigger since the last time I was home, much to the chagrin of the cat. Fritz was a blast to be around. It was interesting to see how my family had adapted to having him around. One of those adaptions was the ottoman. It had become disconnected from it’s matching chair and placed by the picture window, so Fritz could survey the yard.
I’m sure there will be a couple more shots from my holiday globetrot back to the land of cold and incarcerated governors, but this one looks so warm and homey that I wanted to share it. The warm part might be the Portra 800 it’s shot on. One of the glories of a Fuji 6×9 is that the big negatives make ISO 800 look gorgeous.