It seems that the spring has escaped me, and yet again I am way overdue on my posts! But I have the most amazing little guy to share with you today…and yes, it’s another Jack!
Jack’s daddy is on the landscape committee and board at Oakland Cemetery, so I was so excited when we decided to do our session there. The cemetery is so amazingly beautiful and since Jack LOVES to spend time there being the “unofficial” guard dog of the entire place, it was an absolute blast watching him do what he loves doing most! Plus, well, Jack is the most super cutest. Ever.
When we set up our session, Jack’s dad told me that Jack is very very camera shy. He said he’s been able to get a few shots of Jack in his whole life, but that’s about it – and that he runs and hides whenever he sees a camera! So I pretty much came prepared for the worst.
The hiding behind the legs didn’t surprise me much at all…
Neither did the suspicious looks and lack of enthusiasm.
This look was a flat-out challenge. “You gonna keep sticking that camera in my face? It’s gonna cost you…”
But soon it seemed that a sufficient amount of treat bribery was reached – plus we found a stick!
And then we had a happy pup! Jack and I quickly became best buds, but it was clear that Jack truly is a Daddy’s Boy.
Oakland was truly such an inspiring place to shoot. The combination of the architectural elements and the gorgeous landscaping on a beautiful spring day – it doesn’t get much better.
Jack and his dad have this game that somehow turns Jack into Demon Dog…pretty scary.
The Boys. Love them.
Can you imagine anything cuter than that sweet little flat face?! I love Jack!
I love the black and white fur with all the gray stone and bright green foliage at Oakland.
I reeeeeeaaaaaaallllly want that treat!!!!!!!!!
If you haven’t visited Oakland Cemetery and you’re in the Atlanta area, make sure you take a trip out this year. You can also read about the ongoing restoration project that Jack and his dad are a big part of! It’s so important to restore and preserve this historic Atlanta site. Take a look, pay Oakland a visit, and you might just see Jack walking the grounds!