Victory: Photography Project — 39
“When a dog is in your life, there is always a reason to laugh.” ~Unknown
Beginning in January of this year, I began a weekly photography project with my muse, Victory! I will continue to share this project on the blog! I have also been documenting Victory’s milestones so to speak each month — you can read these here! I think that it is fun to document all of Victory’s changes, while preserving fleeting moments and memories.
I few weeks ago, I had a photo shoot in northern Pennsylvania for my dog photography project. Doug and Victory came along with me and then we visited the campus at Penn State, where we had lunch at a place Doug recommended and we walked around the campus on a beautiful fall day; and luckily, there was not a home football game! (Doug drove us round trip!) Victory has now visited her first U.S. college campus! (Victory previously visited McGill University). Victory was all smiles; and all eyes were on Victory when I took her photograph at the Nittany Lion Shrine! Everyone loved Victory and wanted to pet her! Fortunately, Victory is a very agreeable gal as long as I hold her on my hip while people pet and fawn on her! Immediately after photographing Victory, a surprise marriage proposal happened! Also, Victory looked so tiny sitting next to the paw at the front of the Palmer Museum of Art! The weather was beautiful and we had a fun time together! Of course, before we left for home, we also got some ice cream, well six gallons to be exact, in dry ice, to take home from the Penn State Berkey Creamery — very good ice cream indeed! Victory had a wonderful time and she did really well in the car as usual! A few photographs from our outing are shown below!