Blank Slate – 52 week Photography Project Week 1

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January 5, 2018

Happy New Year everyone!  It’s time we lay 2017 to rest and start a blank slate with 2018.  This year is going to be a big year, I can FEEL IT….FEEL IT!

With a new year means the 52-week photography project resets and goes back to week 1.

This weeks theme is:

Blank Slate

Below my boys are getting a blank slate by washing off all their dirt, eye boogers, food in their whiskers, etc…. Neither of my boys love bath time.  My old boy Jester isn’t thrilled as you can tell from his bug eyes. He’ll tolerate it but won’t like it one bit.

Blank Slate 52 week photography project Week 1

Ollie however will fight me tooth and nail to get out of the bath at all stages. He has a core of an Olympic gymnast. Thankfully the high walls of the soak tub help some.

Blank Slate 52 week photography project Week 1

The thought of having a blank slate is divine.  No looking back just forward. When I light the candles and slip into a bath I’m day dreaming of all the possibilities.

If you’d like to view some of the other 52 week projects head HERE.
 It wouldn’t be a blog circle if you didn’t move to the next photographer and see their take on BLANK SLATE.
  1. Kim Hollis says:

    I could never get this shot with Moose – he’d be hoping out of the tub if I backed away from him. LOL!!

    • Let me tell you…they were NOT happy about this at all. Neither of them are big on baths. Jester is more like…fine just get it over with where as Ollie is my jumper. Thank goodness for wide lenses!

  2. Linda says:

    Happy New Year! These images brought such a big smile to my face!

  3. Kelly says:

    heehee My dogs would have NEVER stayed in that tub. Adorable!

  4. Elaine says:

    Love the bubble bath, and that look that a dog gets in the bubble bath. LOL. Bubbles on head are a riot! Happy New Year!

  5. Shelly Ellis says:

    These feel so in the moment. I love them!

  6. Darlene says:

    I can’t even get my dog into the bathroom for a tub – haha! These are so cute! I love that last image with that adorable head tilt! How fun!

    • That’s the bonus of having smaller dogs. You can take um! It also helps that it’s a soaker tub with high sides. Ollie (last image) he can jump out in a heartbeat. I had to act fast! Jester (my old man) his eyes just bug out of his head. I’m pretty sure in most of these images he’s saying profanity in his head.

  7. Susannah says:

    I definitely hope you are right that this year will be a big year. I’m hoping for it for all of us!

  8. Lynda says:

    Love that bath look…lol. Bet you got wet just afterwards.

  9. Soooo cute with their bubble bath! I love that your pointer turns into a pawprint also. Can I ask how you did that?

  10. Nancy says:

    Fresh and squeaky clean! Love that sweet pup’s eyes!

  11. Sandra mccarthy says:

    ha ha, i love the top one with the bubbles on his head!

  12. Rochelle says:

    Erhmagherd, those bubbles… those little faces! Adorable! Gee I wish I could do that with Sapphire. Shes runs a country mile when she sees water, smells water or hears water.

    • Blonde moment….I had to look up Erhmagherd. Then I sounded it out. D’oh! When my boys here the bath water run they bolt outside. Once I catch them they shake the whole way up the stairs. Luckily they’re small so I can make them.

  13. Jessica says:

    Well, even though I can’t think of many dogs who like bath time, it sure looks like a blast with these two!

  14. Tracy Allard says:

    Clever idea and super cute pups!

  15. SamAdele says:

    Danyel, I laughed out loud at Jesters photo – brilliant!

  16. Michelle says:

    So cute!

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