Saturday, May 30, 2009

MOBILE MUTTS.


This is Dirt.

This is Dylan.

This is Bubbles.



This is one of those dogs that the scary young homeless kids who have tattoos on their faces owns. A damn shame that such a cool looking dog has to be seen with such an incredibly douchey group of haggard looking idiots.



This is Snoopy.
These photos are from the day we brought Nelson into our family. My mom crept into my room really early and got into bed with me like it was Christmas morning and whispered into my ear "Wake up! We're getting a puppy!"



Sibs.


Nelson's parents!

It was really sad when we drove away with Nelson. I knew he was scared and didn't know where he was going. Fortunately, he pulled an epic prank on the ride home to let us know he'd be okay. Nelson was sitting in Mary's lap and I was petting him when it suddenly reeked of shit. We thought he just farted but he actually took a big dump on Mary's lap! She freaked out and we had to pull over so she could take off her pants and sweater put them in trunk. We all had a good laugh afterwords. Even Mary, she was a good sport about it.

A GENUINE TROOPER


This is from a really random day two summers ago. Mary and i were walking down bedford avenue and some guy was all "nice dress" and I responded "thanks, she made it!" Long story short, julian was a photographer and wanted to take pictures of her clothes. A few days later, Mary and I went out and illegally bought some mase at a hardware store and then met up with him. we ran into this gem at a car repair shop that the guys let us take pictures in.

Monday, May 25, 2009


I went home to cincinnati for the weekend and took some pictures of dogs around town, mainly in the memorial day parade.




These are actually little chihuahua babies at Fast Ashley's



Cinco, the Giannini's puppy.







Nelson.

Cleo, lovely as ever.

Thursday, May 21, 2009












CORGIS. corgis are probably my favorite breed of dogs. and i'll tell you why. They have the best butts. Seriously. When they walk it's like they are strutting, their asses move side to side, it's insane. Also, they are herding dogs, meant for farms and rural areas, so seeing one in the city is a little bit like seeing a unicorn, very rare. On top of everything, they are ALWAYS smiling. It's like it's their job to brighten up your day!

Wednesday, May 20, 2009