Wordless Wednesday: How Blogging Improved My Photography

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I would like to begin by saying, I'm not a professional photographer. I'm a hobbyist at best. But I've come a long way in my time as a pet blogger. I want to be proud of the images that accompany my text.  As some of you may know, photographing animals is no easy feat. 

 

 

 I've always been a creative sort whether art or writing stories.

 

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Adulthood and three children later I really have lost a lot of my previous skill through lack of practice, which is so incredibly frustrating.  When I started my blog, I picked up our gorgeous Nikon and dusted it off.  

 

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This blog has become a wonderful excuse to put my thoughts down in orderly fashion and to take photos with a purpose! 

 

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I love animals and capturing the way they move. Now as a blogger, I'm trying to capture that in film.

 

Horses are beauty in motion. 

Horses are beauty in motion. 

 

Color and angles are very important to me, but most importantly, I hope to make a connection.  I’m learning a lot. Learning is my favorite as you all know by now. I hope you enjoy my photos and see my growth through them. Thank you for following me on my journey. 

 

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Want to join the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop? It's easy. Visit BlogPaws and you will find a list of blogs at the end of today's Wordless Wednesday post. Visit and comment, get to know these pet blogs! 

 

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Heather Wallace is a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist, Certified Canine Massage Therapist, Aromatherapist, and Co-owner of Bridle & Bone Wellness LLC. By day she massages horses and dogs, and by night she is the writer for her blog, Bridle & Bone. Sometimes she takes nice photos.