Wooden Photo Box

wooden box for photos
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I just received a new product that I love. I can imagine it being a little treasure chest for both photos and special mementos of your pet. The box is 2″ deep and has a false bottom which can be engraved with your pets name. Beneath it, you can store special trinkets or papers for your pet.

Above the false bottom you can store 10 mounted images of your pet. OR…choose to upgrade to 15 metal prints. These prints can then be displayed individually on the bamboo display stand that comes with the box. Choose to display a different photo every day.

Top off the box with a a printed wooden lid that displays another favorite photo.

wooden box contents
wooden box contents

Now check out Angela Schneider’s favorite product over at Noses & Toes Pet Photography, celebrating your connection with your dog in Spokane, WA

Project 52-Blog Circle
This post is part of Project 52 which challenges Professional Pet Photographers to focus on a particular topic/assignment each week. There are photographers from all over the world participating.  Follow the next link to view how the next amazing photographer tackles this weeks challenge.  Then follow each link at the end of each blog until you return to me. Then you have successfully completed our blog circle. Enjoy!

Nancy Kieffer is a photographer who focuses on capturing the journey with you and your pet in Central New York, the Adirondacks and Beyond.  Travel assignments welcomed.   If you would like to book a session for your pet, please email me at Nancy@nancykiefferphotography.com or call 315-469-8807.   Nancy also offers instruction in photography and Lightroom.

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Celebrating Joy and Gratitude

Nancy Kieffer

Join me in celebrating a season of thanks, exploring gratitude practices, and embracing joyful living. Explore the profound connections with family, friends, and furbabies that make life truly enriching. This Black Friday, consider an alternative – spending the day in joy and gratitude. Come share your thankful moments with us as we navigate the beauty of grateful living.

Lessons from a Senior Dog

Nancy Kieffer

Working as a pet photographer as well as volunteering in a rescue, I have been blessed with getting to know a number of senior dogs. While I lost my Midnight at a young age, I was very fortunate to have Shamus with me for many years. Shamus was my clown, but boy did he know how to live! His wisdom grew as the years pressed on. I learned that each day spent with my senior dog was a lesson on the importance of living in the present, cherishing our bond and embracing our everlasting friendship.