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Victory: Photography Project — 75

Beginning in January 2014, I started a weekly photography project with my muse, Victory!  I will continue to share this project on the blog this year!  My goal is to document all of Victory’s changes, while preserving fleeting moments and memories, while capturing moments of our everyday.

We hope that you had a great Halloween!  Victory had a wonderful Halloween!  Doug carved our pumpkin with a dog howling at the moon along with Victory’s nickname, “Tory.”   Doug spent so much time carving this pumpkin, that he ran out of time to carve our second pumpkin, as planned.  Our carved pumpkin turned out well, thanks to Doug!  You can view previous pumpkins carved by Doug last year, two years ago year and the three years ago!

On Halloween, Victory sat outside with us on my lap, in her lioness costume, while we handed out candy to the trick-or-treaters!  Everyone loved our little lioness!  Fortunately, the weather was nice, too!  Below are a few images from Victory’s third Halloween!  You can see Victory’s first Halloween here, second Halloween here!

Doesn’t the Halloween card Victory gave to her Daddy, shown below, resemble Victory?

Happy Monday!


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5 Comments Post a comment
  1. That is so adorable haha

    November 2, 2015
  2. Silver Threads #

    It is awesome how you love your dog! I have 5 of them and they are my greatest joy

    November 2, 2015
  3. Love this!

    November 2, 2015
  4. Lol, great post!

    November 2, 2015
  5. carol #

    Beautiful costume and pumpkin. No, the card looks nothing like Victory. Victory’s eyes and entire expression are much, much softer, like a sheltie is supposed to look like. She should have been the model on that card. !!

    Carol Michigan Sheltie Rescue

    November 2, 2015

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