I’m sending out an S.O.S. to all of you.
I need your help! Help me choose the best photo from the final round of photo edits. How do you choose the absolute best Kodak moment? How do you pick just one photo out of literally hundreds of images when they all have special meaning? Especially when each impression, each picture is so expressive. Here’s where you get to help.
After sorting through over 800 plus photos of the girls, I was able to narrow down the first round of cuts to over 60 pictures. The second round of edits was much harder. I scrutinized the pics over and over. I agonized over similar images, clicking back and forth and back and forth before finally making the selection. I would click for a larger view, toggle back to the other photo, resort the order, review the pictures again, place the images side by side and then chanted, “enny, meanny, minny moe”. The final click deleted the next 45 or so of puppy pics.
Leaving the last round of selecting the best photo to you.
The past five months between work, travel and life, I started writing another book. I know, I know, am I crazy or what? But crazy or not, I’m at the “designing the cover” stage and need your assistance. Scroll down and view the final round of possible cover pictures. Imagine each photo on the cover of a dog tale story and place your vote! Leave a comment, offer your reasons, or suggest something different. Let me know your thoughts.
To help you, here is a brief description of my soon-to-be published book.
Meet Tiamo, Amore and Dolce; three, 100 pound, beautiful Bernese Mountain Dogs, whose adorable, funny antics will bring chuckles and smiles and sometimes a few tears as you read their tales. True stories, hilarious escapades, and entertaining dog adventures, all chronicling their heartwarming, and many times, humorous capers…. along with their playful frolics that often land our fearless canines in the dog house. Touching and tender, amusing and comical, these moving narratives and snippets of their lives impart bow-wow wisdom and show the loyalty and love between man’s best friend and their care-tenders.