It was such a beautiful autumn day in New York City. Fall is absolutely my favorite time of the year. I just love the beautiful colors; orange, red, green, yellow, brown. Ahhhhhh! The colors all come together so nicely, it is like someone physically hand painted tree by tree, bush by bush, making it become a true masterpiece. It is really hard not to be in love with such marvelous scenarioso, don’t you think? Fall is nature at its best!!!!!
Of course, days like that make a perfect day for a professional dog photo session, but not just any dog, a special one, a gorgeous husky named Zephyr. I absolutely LOVE huskies!! And what an unusual name for a dog you might be thinking! I know. That is exactly what I thought and I had to ask his parents about his name. Zephyr has beautiful “cold” blue eyes, and his parents wanted to name him something related or in regards to that beautiful trade of his. So with the help of Google they came up with Zephyr which means “cold breeze”. Do you like his name? Very original, right?! Now how about his eyes? Oh my!!!!!! I am in love with him!
The location for his photo session could not be less than perfect. Central Park West! I honestly think that during New York City Fall season, Central Park is the best place to be! No doubt in my mind what so ever! It is magical!
Zephyr was a joy to photograph. He is well trained and very obedient, and he is also a beauty, as you can see…
We had so much fun climbing some high rocks to get that “perfect” image of him… Totally worth the extra work and maybe breaking some no trespassing rules. Shhhhh…don’t tell anyone haha!
I personally love all kinds of dogs, however huskies have a special place in my heart. They remind me of wolves, and wolves reminds me of the strong connection with my instincts and intuition. For those who believe a wolf is a powerful spiritual animal. They help remind us that although we see ourselves as civilized creatures – we are still somewhat animals with our own wild spirit seeking for freedom. I know I am 🙂
Until next time…
“All we need is love, and a dog”