Friday, May 23, 2014

The success of the paparazzi


Through persistence, patience and stealth your intrepid photographer finally got a good photo of Honey Bun, the third dog staying at my house with my sister and her family.  Honey Bun used to be my dad's beloved dog and my sister Pam inherited him.  He really is the sweetest and most gentle dog.  He's been the perfect house guest.

Correction:  Honey Bun is a female.  I don't know why I say "him" all the time.  Maybe because she was my dad's dog.  Anyway it should say "she".

19 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Oh smooch, yes he is sweet!

Stefan Jansson said...

Nice job by the paparazzi.

Andy said...

With a name like Honey Bun he has to be sweet. Your photo does him justice.

glenda said...

What a delightful face, the name Honey Bun fits perfectly!

Mo said...

How could you not love him.

Kate said...

Those three dogs could't be more different in appearance. Honey Bun really does appear to be content and happy.

Lois said...

Honey Bun seems like the perfect name! I can't resist those eyes.

llandudnopictures said...

He has a very friendly face!

Lowell said...

Those eyes would melt the heart of anyone! And this is one great photograph!

William Kendall said...

He's adorable!

Judy said...

She is resigned to her fate of being photographed. Still a cutie after all these years.
(Honey Bun is a girl)

RedPat said...

She's a cutie, Sharon!
I have that very same duvet cover as she has. ;-))

Randy said...

She's a cute little pup.

LOLfromPasa said...

She is darling. Sweet photograph!

Steve Reed said...

Awwww, Honey Bun! That's a great shot for such a camera-shy dog!

José Mendonça said...

Love your series on dogs! Wonderful fellows and shots too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh I could tell straight away she was a she Sharon :) what a very sweet face, I can almost hear her thinking 'if I let her take the shot she might leave me in peace' :) Well done on completing the trio of canine guests..

Jack said...

Sharon, you nailed it!!! I can just feel that capturing this perfect shot was a labor of love.

Kathy said...

She looks quite mellow!